The printing process was putting the picture under the focused light on the printing paper. I exposed for 20 seconds on the picture and I didn’t have to dodge anything. Then right after I exposed I put the photo underneath into the developer then stop and then fix and rinsed with water. Once it went through them the process then I hung it on the clothespin until it was dry. The printing process took a long time because all of the steps you have to go through just to get one picture and if it doesn’t turn out the way that you want it then you have to start over. I only had to 0-test strips. I did not have to burn on the outer edges of the photo such as the water. I did not use any filter on the photo all I did was expose the photo. To make the contrast higher or lower on my photo I had to keep it underneath the light for a little longer but sense the enlarger was too bright it took less time to stay under the enlarger. I learned from this photo that if you take the picture in dark areas then you are not really going to have to dodge or burn your photo.
My picture shows power points witch consist of the bottom left power point witch is the big rock in this photo I guess you could say the top right power point is the stream that is going through this photo. Sense this photo is so close to the scene it makes most of the photo the focus so it shows a clear and crisp detail.
I choose this picture because I thought that it showed good detail of the stream and what I think tops it is the rocks and the water movement around them.
I think that this picture communicates a place where you can go and play in the stream.
The best part of my photo is the how the you can see the actual texture of the water movement.
Next time I don’t think I would change anything I think this is the best product that I have produced and I think that its focus, clear, and the lighting is perfect.