FUJI FP100C NEGATIVES
So I bought a pack of Fuji FP100c and decided to take a weekend to shoot random things. The out come of the negs were so so. The bleach does something cool to the negs after the ink washes away. There is a muted quality to the neg and it's vibrancy is reduced. When using the bleach product on the neg, one has to be careful on the amount product used. I suggest to have water running on the neg as you use a brush to remove the ink. That way it doesn't seep in to emulsion. Take you time and you can get some really decent images.
This is a portrait of a tattoo artist/car enthusiast named Tommy that has a shop outside of my work. He was outside smoking a cigarette and asked if I could take his picture. Even though the neg was damaged, I like it a lot. It reminds me of how wet plates turn out if the emulsion is not coated evenly. I like this portrait a lot. The purple hues on the edges make it very special