This young woman was evangelizing while the two young men were taunting her with questions to trip her up. She was missing a tooth. How did she lose it? She seemed desperate to fulfill her mission, and frightened. I didn’t intervene. This took place on the Mall in Washington DC during a big students rally.
Torment, Washington DC, 1973 (Vintage Silver)
Original 1973 :: Print 1993 :: Size 8x10 :: Stamp On Back :: $625.
Vintage prints are made within a year of the photographs create date. My usual practice is to print within a few days or weeks of exposure. What you see is a scan of the actual print that is for sale. Please note that vintage prints are imperfect; they will show regular wear and tear that comes with age. Price does not include shipping or taxes.
Vintage - When I print the photograph within a year of the original exposure, that becomes a Vintage Print.
Archival Pigment - When I print in my studio using computer technology with pigmented inks on acid and lignin free paper, I call that an Archival Pigment Print.
Silver - When I print in my darkroom on gelatin silver paper, that is a Silver Print. These prints are double weight on a cotton fiber base.