Since this sign is about 4 inches away from this shed I couldn’t read it but it probably says “PLACE SHED HERE”.
The photo above is not a black and white with selective color.
Not too long ago Andy at LensScaper posted images from the old Kodalith film process along with a very nice description of the process. Briefly, it used a Graphic Arts high contrast film to produce black and white images without any gray tones. About the same time Andy produced his image, I made the one above which combined a negative and positive high contrast lith films slightly out of register to give a line drawing effect. It was made for an album cover for the artist. I loved the look and process but it was tedious and expensive and I had all but forgotten about it. The LensScaper post made me try to duplicate the negative/positive out of register in digital just for fun. It’s actually quite easy and, at no cost, very affordable. Below are first images I tried using digital techniques.
This is of the Quad building at the University of Rochester, taken on a snowy winter day.
This is also at the Uof R. It’s the auditorium where the orchestra plays. This was also taken on the same day as the above photo.