Pretty interesting idea. Click HERE or the picture above to watch it.
For those that aren’t familiar with the Chromogenic process:
Chromogenic film or paper contains one or many layers of silver halide emulsion, along with dye couplers which are capable of forming visible dyes in combination with processing chemistry. In processing, the silver image of each layer is first developed. In concert with the dye couplers in each layer, the process subsequently forms dyes only in those areas where silver is present. (Source)
I like the worn and oily look to the photographs. It really makes your eye fill in the detail.
More at the photographer Guido Mocafico’s website – HERE
Hat tip: KWP
Old but good, from their TV show “Bullshit!”. Worth watching if you haven’t seen it: