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"Shallow Daffodils" By Cranson Weber Shelley

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"Shallow Daffodils" By Cranson Weber Shelley

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This image of daffodils elegantly uses the shallow depth of field to accentuate the blossoms.  Made in the early part of the 20th century by amateur photographer Cranson Weber Shelly using a large format glass plate camera, this image has been restored and interpreted by, me, Ron Cowie.

Cranson Weber Shelly lived and worked in Syracuse, New York. He was a tool maker. He also was my great grandfather. I inherited the collection of his glass plate negatives and began the process of editing, retouching, and printing these images for the modern world.

Images are either printed using archival ink or platinum.

 

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This image of daffodils elegantly uses the shallow depth of field to accentuate the blossoms.  Made in the early part of the 20th century by amateur photographer Cranson Weber Shelly using a large format glass plate camera, this image has been restored and interpreted by, me, Ron Cowie.

Cranson Weber Shelly lived and worked in Syracuse, New York. He was a tool maker. He also was my great grandfather. I inherited the collection of his glass plate negatives and began the process of editing, retouching, and printing these images for the modern world.

Images are either printed using archival ink or platinum.

 

Image is made from a glass plate negative that has been scanned at high resolution and digitally retouched and interpreted to return it to it's original beauty.