24 Examples of Stylish Sabatier (or Solarised) Effect Photography
Sabatier photography is a technique in which the negative of a photograph is completely or slightly changed in tone. In a nutshell, dark is light and light is dark.
This technique can be created by over exposing the negative of an image or, as with almost all aspects of photography, can be created within Photoshop.
This picture won Best Special Effects Image, and Best Year 12/13 exhibit in show at the 2003 Royal Adelaide Show.
A photo of New York City taken from the Brooklyn Bridge.
This is a B&W image with minimal sabatier effect.
Darkroom sabatier effect.
Mariott Hotel in San Francisco with Sabatier Effect.
Solarisation is sometimes called the “black sky effect” – you can see why.
This was a partial solarization on Kodalith sheet film of an original B&W neg.