Kimi Solarization

Kimi Solarization

Kimi Solarization, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger.

Speaking of solarization—we were talking about solarization, right?—here’s a black and white photo of the model Kimi treated to virtual solarization.

For those who don’t know, solarization—also sometimes called the Sabattier effect—in the chemical darkroom meant re-exposing already exposed film or photographic paper to light, often creating an inversion or partial inversion (reversal of blacks and whites). Digital solarization is a virtual simulation, or replication, of this effect.

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  1. By Nautilus Solarization | Photoblog 2.0 on August 9, 2010 at 12:35 pm

    […] Other monochromatic solarizations: Solarized Hellebore; Web Solarization; Kimi Solarization. […]

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