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George Smyth

George L Smyth began to seriously study photography upon his return from an extended trip to Wales in 1990. After experimenting to find his personal style, he decided to concentrate on pinhole, infrared and alternative process photography.

These images are scans of Bromoil prints. They are created traditionally in the darkroom, after which the silver is removed and replaced with lithographic ink by striking with a stiff ink-charged brush.

Bromoil Process Photography: (download or purchase the book, The Extras)


All of my images are available through a Creative Commons License. This means that you can use them in a non-commercial context as long as you give attribution to the creator (me). It would be cool if you sent me a link or copy of how you used it.

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