35glitch.

The past couple of days I’ve been flattening some film negatives under the weight of some books so I could get clearer scans. Eager to check them out, I fired up the scanner this morning and on the first pass the scanner freaked out and separated the RGB channels. Cue a natural extreme analogue/digital crossover look I am super into.

Here’s an obligatory self-portrait.

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Being a fan of the analogue glitch art Rob Sheridan creates (seriously, check it out), I decided to carry on scanning for as long as the scanner was reliably playing up.

The post-processing on these being minor exposure/contrast adjustments, along with some white balance and colour shifting. Basic stuff.

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The rest are from my recent trip to California.

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After an hour, the software running the scanner crashed and I had to restart. And with that, the scanner sorted itself out…

End.

Venice Beach


 

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1 thought on “35glitch.

  1. I love these!!

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