12 thoughts on “Negative Garlic

    1. Thanks Ken– a home project from this morning that developed out of a mix of boredom, quarantine and rain.

      Working with a negative image took an unexpected turn when I discovered what happened if I toned It like some of my positives: slightly warmer highlights… slightly cooler shadows. Glad you liked it!

    1. In that case, I would’ve liked your Uncle Charles. It’s interesting: this sample was from a pound of blemished garlic which I bought online last week. It’s got great flavor and I love the imperfections because each head has its own signature.

      Good to hear from you again Tim!

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