An image I made today for my Anatomy series. These are hand coated glass negative plates. Only a couple more weeks of shooting before I have to get the prints done.
I love your techniques of the images.
Hank in Tin-A-See
I normally do this process with very clean technique but for these images I am distressing the edges. It seems to fit the industrial subject. Iíve made 85 plates since October. Iíve shot more than that, but if I donít like one .. I rub off the image and recoat.
I like it! Thanks for sharing.
Yup. That's a Schebler L. I use that carb on my 12 Oakland. Works great
Had hoped to photograph a U&J carb with an aluminum intake but itís still in Stanís hands for rebuilding.
Ken: I would like to find a Shebler L for my 1911 Oakland. It has the Shebler O which works OK, but the L I think is a better carb, and is correct as they changed in the 1911 model year to the L. I have a couple of Schebler L carbs, but have not found one with the correct throat and mounting spacing yet.