Today I used the images I took with my Fuji Instax and transferred them on to handmade paper using my HP Inkjet printer. Before I did this I had to scan the images into the computer and ran them through my Photoscape software and played with the noise, exposure and different filters to get the effect I wanted.
Here are some of the results.
The handmade paper has had dried rose petals pressed into it and the edges are slightly torn. You can see what the original images looked like by viewing this post: http://thecreativediarist.com/2011/02/28/blackpool-fuji-instax-photographs/
I’m trying to edit and distort the images even further by adding water and ink similar to the work of Pat Christinano I updated about earlier. It’s an easy technique that I like because it looks really similar to a Fuji emulsion transfer but with more controlled results.
- Fuji Instax Photographs. (helena-rose.com)
- At the seaside: Experimenting with digital photography & inspiration from Wendy Bevan. (helena-rose.com)
- Polaroid Transfers: Art work by Joan Mumbauer and Jeanne Germani (helena-rose.com)