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6x6cm black and white film shot (on Thursday) with a 1960s Mamiya TLR, home developed then scanned to get a 40MB image. Having to spot-out every micron-sized fleck of dust before shrinking it down to a sensible size is a nightmare but it's a necessary part of the process.
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Since it was Good Friday, I searched my images and found one I had taken 6 yrs ago. It was a statue of Jesus I found at a cemetery. I started treating it in Photoshop and one thing led to another. This is the result...