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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Room with a view by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    Vandyke brown print on Bergger cot 160.
    24 x30 cm camera 1890, Fuji 250 lens
    Xray film developed in home made pyrocat hd
    Home made Vandyke brown emulsion hand painted, camera negative contact print exposed to sun for 6 minutes.
    Washed in water with citric acid.
    Fixed in sodium thiosulfate.
    Cleared in sodium suffice.
    Paul

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    A timely Timeless wonderful image

    I like an image that tells a silent human story

    Quote Originally Posted by awty View Post
    Room with a view by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    Vandyke brown print on Bergger cot 160.
    24 x30 cm camera 1890, Fuji 250 lens
    Xray film developed in home made pyrocat hd
    Home made Vandyke brown emulsion hand painted, camera negative contact print exposed to sun for 6 minutes.
    Washed in water with citric acid.
    Fixed in sodium thiosulfate.
    Cleared in sodium suffice.
    Tin Can

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Well I don't think that's gonna happen. But I do quite like the prospect (at least) of potentially doing 11x14 inkjet enlargements of 10x8 negs on OHP film now that (finally) I have an A3+ inkjet. My printing frame is 16x20 so Bergger Cot320 paper at that size ought to fit. More experiments, but almost certainly an equal if not greater amount of frustration!!


    Quote Originally Posted by CreationBear View Post
    Ha, I think you need to find a way to get up to 16x20 negs for your florals.

    Otherwise, thanks for putting the floating frame idea out there--for myself, I could imagine standardizing on "edge-to-edge" Pt/Pd prints in the right color of cradle...
    http://www.davidfearnphotography.co.uk
    see too my 5x4 and 8x10 flickr albums

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    I shot this years ago of a member

    Negative filed in a pile, Delta 100 8X10

    Bought a 'Super Sunprint Kit'

    First test it worked! Few minutes SUN exposure 1 to 5, wash 1 minute, dried on rag.....DONE!

    'Scanned' it with cheapest iPhone handheld, raw is posted and simple BW conversion

    Cynanotype 1 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

    Cyano 2 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
    Tin Can

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveF View Post
    Digitized with Nikon D800/85PC-E: stitch of two shifted frames
    Wonderful image Dave. I bet it looks even better in real life. Now, your digitizing method got me all curious, why the stitching? The D800 already makes big files...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramiro Elena View Post
    Wonderful image Dave. I bet it looks even better in real life. Now, your digitizing method got me all curious, why the stitching? The D800 already makes big files...
    Thankyou!! It's a bit darker irl but that just means you have to get up close with it to absorb it.

    Sucker for detail. Also enhancing the possibility of digital printing at some point if I have to.
    http://www.davidfearnphotography.co.uk
    see too my 5x4 and 8x10 flickr albums

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveF View Post
    Sucker for detail.
    I'll be curious at what point you might fall down the vacuum frame rabbit-hole, or perhaps even start exploring "point source" UV options, especially if you do feel the need to start hanging larger prints up the rafters of ye Mercian mead hall.

    Otherwise, thanks for the link--certainly a neat notion for archival purposes, but I find myself thinking whether it would be possible to attach an alt-print to an "art board" (i.e. flat or "cradled" plywood). I know that a lot of watercolor artists don't have a problem with using an adhesive to glue their paper down, but I'm curious if with a photo, the paper outside the image area would become mottled with the adhesive bleeding through.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    This is super.

    Quote Originally Posted by awty View Post
    Room with a view by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    Vandyke brown print on Bergger cot 160.
    24 x30 cm camera 1890, Fuji 250 lens
    Xray film developed in home made pyrocat hd
    Home made Vandyke brown emulsion hand painted, camera negative contact print exposed to sun for 6 minutes.
    Washed in water with citric acid.
    Fixed in sodium thiosulfate.
    Cleared in sodium suffice.
    http://www.davidfearnphotography.co.uk
    see too my 5x4 and 8x10 flickr albums

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    Dunino, 2022 by Pavel Vnukov, on Flickr
    Vandyke brown on Russian aquarelle paper. Negative 13*18 Tasma fn64

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Lovely image! I'm curious how you like working with the Bergger COT 160. I've been looking for something lighter weight, and the price sure is right.

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