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Friday, 15 April 2022


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Very nice sentiments from Keith Davis.

Just to expand on his remarks, and J D Ramsey’s comment, Jerry Uelsmann was indeed a master of darkroom tricks. But he was actually among the last, albeit perhaps the most currently renown, in a very long line of chemical-age darkroom compositors. Pre-digital image compositing and manipulation were actually celebrated in a 2012 exhibition at The Met, titled Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop. The fascinating catalog is no longer in print but worth hunting on the used market if you’re interested in the subject.

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