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How does /p/ feels about solarisations?

Post some if you got them
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>>2741362

pretty gimicky desu. i mean in a picture like that i cant see any benefit of the gimmick. ive seen some landscapes where you dont know if youre looking at a positive or negative, night or day, thats a kinda cool use of this.
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Solarization seems like such a digital effect to me, I was kinda amazed the first time I found out it was a film thing and not just the name of a photoshop filter.

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>>2741362
Rollei ortho 25, FM2+50/1.2

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>>2741364
I get what you saying. I think it looks good sometimes, it's pretty much like looking at a negative: by forcing you to imagine what will it look like, you see somethings that usually goes unnoticed on the positive image. I've tried to get more of his eyes in that pic, for instance. Also I think it looks less gimmicky when there are midtones, not just stark b/w.

I think you're taking about Brett Weston pics, they really nice indeed.

>>2741365
Yea, I was surprised when I first heard that too. Btw, thanks to tarkovsky I started enjoying image alterations like.

>>2741379
Nice, the texture really shows
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>>2741365
>>2741417
>kids thought solarization was a photoshop filter

no wonder this board is a tasteless shithole
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>>2741487
tacky either way tho hope we can agree on that
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>>2741489
I was just pointing out how young and clueless the posters were. regardless of if you like solarization or not, to have not heard of it outside of photoshop and call yourself interested in photography is ridiculous. I mean, you'd have had to never opened a book on photography in your life. even skimming the wikipedia page about photography would introduce you to it
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that pic looks more like a straight up negative than a solarisation
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>>2741500
nevermind, i should have looked closer. but still, i don't think it's a good example
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>>2741487
>>2741493
Are you being cocky over some silly thing like this? jesus...

Anyway, I thought it was some special effect before I got into photography; I learned soon that it wasn't...
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>>2741487
>kids thought solarization was a photoshop filter
Yes, what else do you expect when I grow up fucking with photoshop and not with a darkroom in my attic?
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>>2741493
because someone's age determines how much they know about something.

stop being a grumpy old cunt, man.
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>>2741500
>that pic looks more like a straight up negative than a solarisation
That's bc the kids were really black, I think. kek

Pic related by Wolfgang Moersch
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>>2741513
I think it's solarized film, not a print. The words on the jersey are backwards. And I couldn't help inverting it in photoshop.

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>>2741379 here, I actually have some Solarol which I bought with a stack of other darkroom garbage from some crazy old german dude.
Haven't used it yet, because I'm more into straight photography, and it seems like the process would be pretty time and experiment heavy...
I got a stack of Agfacontour, Kodalith, and ridiculous gridded sheet film, lith film, ortho films for doing all of that heavy darkroom manipulation stuff from him.
>all one click in PS now, I wonder if this guy feels like he wasted his life on that trash...
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>>2741508
Maybe you could have haerd of Man Ray before

've done some of them in photohop too but I don't thonk we should name those solarization. Any thoughts ?
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>>2741510
>>2741512
>>2741508
>>2741505
>the point
>your head

>"yeah i'm a musician, I love music, I post on music forums about my passion for listening to and making music"
>"wait, 'guitar'? what's that? I thought it was just a synthesizer preset on fruity loops?"

literally has nothing to do with your age or the age of the medium
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