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« on: April 10, 2005 10:46:42 PM »

The Spring Collection 2005
a collection of black & white photographs

Website: http://shar.orbit3.org/projects/open_sp05
View the photographs: http://shar.orbit3.org/projects/open_sp05/photos.htm

26 pages, 18 photos.
7.5" x 5.5" when folded.
32-lb. matte paper.
Modifed coptic stitch & pamphlet stitch.
Limited Edition - 10 Copies.
Hand-signed & numbered.

A collection of black & white photographs shot during the Spring of 2005. Limited Edition - 10 copies. All photographs were shot with a Minolta SRT-303 with Kodak Tri-x 400. Film processed & developed at the DVC Photo Lab. Original photographs printed onto Ilford resin-coated glossy. Photographs were scanned in and arranged in Photoshop and printed with a Canon s900 bubble jet onto double-sided 32-lb. matte paper.

#01 - my copy
#02 - reserved for nicholas a.
#03 - reserved for jesse l. (my photo teacher)
#04 - to be displayed at the dvc student art show
#05 - 10 - available. visit the website for info about attaining a copy.





Additional photographs from book no. 1:
« Last Edit: March 31, 2011 02:21:16 AM by Phizzychick - Reason: attempted to fix photos » THIS ROCKS   Logged

« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2005 10:26:18 PM »

I love these!  Grin I am new to journaling, so this is just great to see... i love the idea... i can go many places with this. thanks...

« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2005 10:35:50 PM »

aw thanks Smiley

Mary Bell
« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2005 04:32:40 AM »

The hammock shots are by far and away my favorites...but they are in the style of photography I like. How much work were the books in terms of time and effort (apart from the photography)...

BTW if for whatever reason you want to do a coffee table style book to give as gifts (I did an awesome yard art one for my mother-in-law) this site is very reasonable.

« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2005 08:02:09 AM »

thanks for the link & comments Smiley

the photography took all semester long - shooting, processing, printing, etc.
as for the books.. i spent a week planning it out while i was in class and making sketches on my history notes. lol. then i devoted a weekend to it, and roughly spent maybe 12-15 hours on it total or so. had to lay the photos out in photoshop, print double-sided in signatures, crop the paper, fold, punch holes, bind.

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