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Birthday Sale Print

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Limited to 65 numbered 8” x 10” prints, the “birthday” sale is active from July 10 ending July 17.

Prints numbered 1 through 4 are reserved by the photographer, print number 5 will be donated to the San Francisco Public Library, Special Collections, all other prints will be sold first come first served, with a limit of one print per buyer.

Each print will include a document recalling the circumstances of the making of the photograph in 1991, and the specific print number, signed by Jim Hair.

“Marian and Vivian Brown, San Francisco Embarcadero, 1991” was made by Jim Hair using a Hasselblad camera and Fuji Reala 120 film.  It has not been offered for sale previously, and will not be available for the special “birthday price” after July 17, 2018.

First patented in 1912, the “chromogenic” process for creating color film and prints is nearly extinct, replaced by digital media and methods.  The chemistry and equipment necessary to create this print is presently limited, and may soon be completely unavailable.

The print offered in this sale was enlarged from the original 1991 negative and optically printed by Jim Hair, in the Photoland color darkroom at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington on July 9, 2018.  The actual image size is 7.5” x 7.5” with white borders printed on 8” x 10” Fuji Crystal Archive glossy paper.