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Shadow Pictures and self-portraits

A selection from two different black and white analog tasks on the photography course. The first one is based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Shadow. A task where physical objects are taken into the darkroom to produce a shadow-play which is anchored in the photographic paper. The second task deals, in the time of the chaotic-amazing beginning of a college semester, with how a self-portrait becomes when you have to show the back of your face. Both tasks were for the vast majority their first time working with the analog camera, negatives, chemicals, photographic paper, the dark red light and the white cotton glows.