Lith Printing my Winter Tree 2015 Portfolio
It is hard to believe that it has been almost a year since I started my 2015 Winter Tree Portfolio. I have made the decision to print the portfolio as Lith prints. The creative freedom and range of possibilities with Lith printing allows me to print what I have in my mind about my experiences.
Every choice in Lith printing is connected to the final print. This includes obvious choices like paper, developer, development technique and others. But many other variables such as chemical temperature and dilution ratio, length of time in each process, and the vast array of toning choices are effectively endless. The Lith printing process is going to allow me to express my vision in a way that I am very excited about.
I will be writing about my time in the darkroom creating this portfolio and I will share photos and video along with way. I look forward to your feedback and comments. Stay tuned!
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