13 thoughts on “Negative Shaving Brush

      1. I saw that when I put it in and I assumed you know what I meant. But it does sound rather strange. I study of images which have been reversed into photographic negative form. Kind of dances off the tongue doesn’t it?

        1. Thanks Michael, I knew what you meant …that was just my attempt at a play on words ☺

          One thing that’s interesting to me is how duotoning these images seems to change how they “read” – maybe because it’s a treatment used for positives. I also like how the shadows become “spotlights” and how isolated objects seen in negative can be so alluring.

          I’m glad you took the time to comment — thanks

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