Early Spring Dogwood Flowers - Explore Norfolk Lake - Part 1 of 3
In a three-part series, I take you along with me to Norfolk Lake in Mountain Home, Arkansas as I hike and explore while I scout for early spring flowers. I found some beautiful dogwood trees that were in bloom and I decided to make a black and white split grade silver gelatin print.
In this first video, I share the area with you as I hike and explore for early spring flowers. In the second video, I develop the T-Max 400 using XTOL and I share all the details with you. In the third video, I make a split grade silver gelatin black and white print and share it with you.
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Keywords: 120 roll film, arkansas, black and white fine art print, dogwood, film, kodak, medium format, norfolk lake, silver gelatin print, split grade print, spring, t-max 400, xtol developer
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