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    Printing J Lane Dry Plates

    Just exposed and processed my very first 4x5 J Lane Dry Plate this morning--drying at the moment--and I was wondering how all you dry plate shooters print? Do you scan and, if so, do you place the plate directly on the glass bed or will it fit standard Epson film holders (without being able to clip it down, of course)? Do you wet print in a darkroom? Contact print? Enlarge? I'm not sure how I'd enlarge one of these plates, other than placing it on top of a 4x5 negative carrier, then being very careful to slide it into the enlarger. I don't have a carrier that would allow the thickness of the glass.

    Thank you all for your input.
    Last edited by Alan9940; 14-Aug-2020 at 14:11.

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