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    Re: The Kallitype Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Holdenrichards View Post
    Kallitype on Strathmore 300gsm paper; X-ray Negative made from 5x7 Silver Positive Contact Print


    That's a beautiful print!
    So you make a contact exposure trough paper onto XRay neg? Interesting idea....
    Website of sorts, as well as flickr thing.

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    Re: The Kallitype Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by andreios View Post
    That's a beautiful print!
    So you make a contact exposure trough paper onto XRay neg? Interesting idea....
    Thanks! and yes, exactly. Its printed correctly so its a perfect internegative to print on to x-ray film.

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    Re: The Kallitype Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Holdenrichards View Post
    Kallitype on Strathmore 300gsm paper; X-ray Negative made from 5x7 Silver Positive Contact Print


    WHy not use the x-ray film in camera to take advantage of its' film curve?

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    Re: The Kallitype Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel View Post
    WHy not use the x-ray film in camera to take advantage of its' film curve?
    I want to make regular negs for silver prints (and carry fewer holders) and focus on film efforts on attaining that in the field. I can make these kallitype negatives anytime. I also don't want to change exposure habits I have spent so long cultivating. But I know many do.

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    Re: The Kallitype Thread

    How long will a Kallitype keep before development? well I coated and exposed this sheet on 25 June - about 6 weeks back - but decided that I printed it a little too deep and coated and developed another sheet which I developed and placed on my website. This sheet sat face down on top of a Jobo all that time being turned over from time to time to observe any changes. the "whisper" appeared to darken a little but otherwise exhibited no change. Before development today:



    After fixing:



    Had I kept the sheet in a paper-safe in a more controlled environment I suspect the resulting print would have turned out better. I did not use distilled water as I normally do and guesstimated the amount of hypo and citric acid. Didn't bother to tone it.

    Thomas

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