[of a] Graphic Nature
One image from the series [of a] Graphic Nature.
Image was recorded using photochemical C-41 colour negative film stock, digitally scanned using a high resolution dedicated film scanner, colour corrected in Lightroom and then cleaned up in Photoshop before printing. Giclée print on Archival 255-280gsm matt paper using pigmented inks.
Due to the analog film process, a noticeable grain is present. The random grain clusters of the dyes used in the high speed film makes 'editing' film based images extremely difficult, adding a sense of authenticity digital images fail to achieve. To the trained eye there isn't a filter in existence that can faithfully mimic the true look of chemical based film stock, which could be a reason it is still used in this digital age.