Having lived in the area I have for nearly 40 years I had never been under this local landmark on this side of the river before. Some great walks, woods and countryside around, but the shape and texture of the underside of the Orwell Bridge captured my attention. Pointing the 50mm lens on the RB67 at it I let the Trichrome magic do it thing. This time I used Kodak Tri-X instead of my usual Ilford FP4.
Orwell Bridge Trichrome #1
Trichrome images are made up of 3 separate black and white negatives each made with one of Red/Green/Blue filters. The negatives are then scanned and a new single digital image created using the scans as the RGB channels. The final colours are greatly influenced by changes in the scene during the three exposures. Wind, light levels, additional in camera filtering are all used to create different effects.