Driftwood at Dungeness Spit

I find driftwood mesmerizingly beautiful. It’s one of the best things about the beached on the coast of Washington State. There is so much of it everywhere. And just as with the photo in my last blog post, it became evident how much color filters matter in B&W analog photography. Despite the negative looking promising, the inverted image of the negative in Photoshop was not – it suffered from major lack of contrast, which was probably exacerbated by the gloomy day I took this photo. I strongly dislike altering film images in Photoshop, but I had to, again.

Shot with Mamiya RZ67 and 110mm lens on Fuji Acros 100 and developed in Ilford DD-X.


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