Learning some new developing processes in Photography lately, my teacher is crazy/insane/genius. Lately we've been doing 'lith photography', which is pretty cool. It's basically overexposing the image then only partially developing it. In Dark Angel 001 I used a 5 filter (filters being what helps add either gray tones or contrast to a black and white image-00 being all gray tones and 5 the most contrast possible). On top of that the subject was asked to wear all black and sit in front of a white back drop for the most contrast possible. This, combined with the 5 filter and lith developing process, gave the final print the ultimate 'freaky' look.
For the curious, here's a link i found that goes very in depth about the process, the history, the chemicals involved and even a few examples of it: