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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by tgtaylor View Post
    Good work Nick and I like the subject matter!

    Here's my first albumin print from earlier this year:


    From a 5x7 FP4+ negative printed in the sun on cot 160 paper. The albumin was made using ammonium chloride and the print was to toned to completion (~ 25 minutes) with gold chloride.

    Thomas
    Very nice! Seems like you've caught the albumen bug too.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by D. Mesa View Post
    couple more traditional cyanotype, 5x7 Fomapan 100, Sironar-N 180mm f/5.6

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    Good tonality! Nice to see the highlights didn't get all blocked out

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Coyote skull study. Cyanotype, traditional formula, toned in coffee, then split-toned with washing soda bleach. Paper is Crane's Cover 90.
    Printed from 5x7 negative. HP5+, metered at ISO200 and developed in Perceptol, rotary processed. B&J View Camera with Wollensak Raptar 209mm
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    third times the charm

    first two attempts at a salt print failed - this one is not perfect but much better, I am guessing it needs just a little more exposure to get some black into it

    since the house was built in 1830, a salt print seemed appropriate

    image taken on Ilford fp4 with a 5x7 Kodak Empire State camera and a Gundlach 6 by 8 symmetrical lens
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    " The man who invented the camera has a lot to answer for! " Hercule Poirot

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    The summer solstice just passed, and I pulled the wooden box pinhole that I've had sitting in the window since the winter solstice down to scan the solargraph exposing inside it.

    Already replaced the camera, as well as a cylindrical paint can pinhole next to it, for 1 year exposures to be pulled on the 2022 summer solstice.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by johnasavoia View Post
    the summer solstice just passed, and i pulled the wooden box pinhole that i've had sitting in the window since the winter solstice down to scan the solargraph exposing inside it.

    already replaced the camera, as well as a cylindrical paint can pinhole next to it, for 1 year exposures to be pulled on the 2022 summer solstice.
    Images vastly preferred

    not game trying to


    focus


    In Time

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by johnasavoia View Post
    The summer solstice just passed, and I pulled the wooden box pinhole that I've had sitting in the window since the winter solstice down to scan the solargraph exposing inside it.
    Already replaced the camera, as well as a cylindrical paint can pinhole next to it, for 1 year exposures to be pulled on the 2022 summer solstice.
    That is cool - What paper are you using?
    Adventure is worthwhile in itself. ... Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn't be done. -- Amelia Earhart
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Gold-toned vandyke from 4x5 negative enlarged to 8x10 then contact printed onto 8x10 x-ray film

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    Imsonegative. I love that composition. It really works.
    ...Dilettante! Who you calling a Dilettante?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImSoNegative View Post
    Gold-toned vandyke
    Very cool--I'm starting to set up to do some kallitypes so I monitor this thread closely. (FWIW my next door neighbor here in the Knoxville was born in Copperhill in the 1920's--"Daddy" worked on the L&N--apparently getting out of that country on old Hwy. 68 wasn't for the faint of heart.)

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