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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Found a small stack of prints and thought I'd scan this old gum print. Printed using a 4x5 TMax100 negative before they started using the anti-UV layer on the film.

    Costa Rica
    Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio
    Gum print -- one of my first...awhile back! Not well coated, but one of my favorite images from that trip.
    The image actually looks better on screen (more contrast than in the print) -- so this is how I would like to have printed it.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CostaRicaGum3.jpg  
    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    Re: post alternative techniques

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    My first tintype: halfplate, Kat and Catharine with a 120mm angulon at f8. 6 seconds.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    "The Xylophone" - a platinum-palladium print

    Negative on 11x14 Kodak Green Xray film
    Lens was Voigtlanger Portrait Euryscop Series II No. 7 @ f5.6
    Developed in Rodinal with Jobo
    Printed on Arches Platine paper

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Vaughn, that looks nice on my monitor. Very rich. Now the task of getting it there in the print.

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    Re: Lumen and Chemigram project

    Here some examples from my Lumen and Chemigram project on B&W Fiber based gelatin papers.
    Project is on body image vs food and diet.

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    First image is on Forte Warmtone (cherries) and second image on Ilford Warmtone (red salad).

    I post a request in the For sale section for old papers, too fogged for regular printing.
    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ead.php?115773
    B&W Warmtone fiber papers are very welcome. Forte Warmtone react beautifully, I suspect than Fortezo will be similar.
    I will be happy to have some warmtone Oriental or Kentmere as I don't test any of theses.
    We can make exchange, shipping each others the items. Take a look at my profile to see my equipment, large format or darkroom.

    Any comments are welcome too.
    The prints are straight, I didn't try any toners till now. So prints are mostly fix first and some developper and fix alternate sequences.
    My Lumen project http://ginetteclement.com

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Beautiful images Ginette - inspiring.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Vaughn, that looks nice on my monitor. Very rich. Now the task of getting it there in the print.
    Jim, I used this negative to make my first carbon prints way back when. After many attempts and finally getting a decent carbon from it (but no relief, that came later), I decided all that work justifies a larger print, so I moved up to 5x7 and so continued on learning the carbon printing process using 5x7 negatives. Up to 11x14 now, but no, I think that is large enough! LOL!

    What I like about the image is how it represents a long bit of time (25 minutes), with the sunlight being painted onto the scene. Taken on a trail through the rain forest along the southwestern coast of Costa Rica. We were traveling by public bus, my backpack a little on the large size as inside was all my 4x5 gear. Gowland PocketView, 150mm/5.6 Caltar IIN.

    My notes from taking the image says "(Pentax meter readings) 1 to 7+ Sun snuck into frame from left side sun created some readings of 9 might work out great!" I used f64 for 25 minutes (exposing at 3+ on the meter). I also suggested n-2 development. This was taken on Christmas Day, 1989...did not record nor remember how it was developed!
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    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    Re: Lumen and Chemigram project

    Ginette, I love the abstract quality and color of the images. Keep it up!


    Quote Originally Posted by Ginette View Post
    Here some examples from my Lumen and Chemigram project on B&W Fiber based gelatin papers.
    Project is on body image vs food and diet.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	120475

    First image is on Forte Warmtone (cherries) and second image on Ilford Warmtone (red salad).

    I post a request in the For sale section for old papers, too fogged for regular printing.
    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ead.php?115773
    B&W Warmtone fiber papers are very welcome. Forte Warmtone react beautifully, I suspect than Fortezo will be similar.
    I will be happy to have some warmtone Oriental or Kentmere as I don't test any of theses.
    We can make exchange, shipping each others the items. Take a look at my profile to see my equipment, large format or darkroom.

    Any comments are welcome too.
    The prints are straight, I didn't try any toners till now. So prints are mostly fix first and some developper and fix alternate sequences.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    "In the Distance" - a platinum-palladium print

    Captured on 14" x 20" Fuji XRT Green Xray film
    Lens - Fuji C 600mm at f64 (Danke an Herrn Daniel Strasshofer!)
    Developed in Rodinal with Jobo
    Printed on Arches Platine paper

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Made a typo in the original post. The film is Fuji Super HRT Green film not XRT.

    Quote Originally Posted by ndg View Post
    "In the Distance" - a platinum-palladium print

    Captured on 14" x 20" Fuji XRT Green Xray film
    Lens - Fuji C 600mm at f64 (Danke an Herrn Daniel Strasshofer!)
    Developed in Rodinal with Jobo
    Printed on Arches Platine paper

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