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    Lucas Kao
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    Re: Paper negatives

    Thanks Randy!
    I usually rated at ISO 3 and I post-flashed the paper with a small LED rather than pre-flash it before the shoot.

    This is the first outdoor shoot in the sun and I am using a hand shutter so most of the negs had been over-exposed! But luckily saved by adjusting in the scanning and darkroom, its gonna be hard to contact print it well...I need to get a packard shutter for outdoor shoot

    Here are two more from the shoot.
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    Re: Paper negatives

    Very inspiring. I have a good supply of very out of date paper but I have yet to play with paper negs - thanks for sharing. I am guessing (and this is just a guess) that it doesn't matter whether flashing is done pre or post exposure - it's the same affect...?
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52893762/bigger4b.jpg

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Hi Randy,

    I once saw a test done on APUG where they compare pre and post flashing and the difference is small and acceptable compromise. For me its a lot easier to post flash before developing to save time.

    glad it had inspired you

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Saras
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    8x10 Korona Gundlach
    330 mm f3.6 Liesegang Anastigmat/0.5s
    Ilford Multigrade Pearl

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    Re: Paper negatives

    my street
    9x12 fomaspeed 311S, cropped to square
    through 1.5$ plastic lens (f~25mm)

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    Re: Paper negatives


    Meditative Sounds by Don Kittle, on Flickr

    I love singing bowls and have a small collection of them. This one, unfortunately, doesn't sing for me, but it's beautiful none the less. I decided to try to play with a still life scene, finally. I shot two images of this scene. The first was horribly under developed after 13 minutes in home-made caffenol - likely because I was using baking soda instead of washing soda (sodium bicarbonate instead of sodium carbonate). So I reshot the scene adding three stops (from a 2 second exposure to 16 seconds) and that turned out quite well.

    Camera: Wista Deardorff V8
    Lens: Hugo Meyer Rapid Gruppen Aristoskop 14" f5.5 (circa 1910)
    Film: Film: Ilford Multigrade IV RC Paper, preflashed
    Exposure: ISO 4, f5.5, metered at 1/2 second, adjusted to 2 seconds for bellows extension and shot for 16 seconds due to weak developer
    Developed in Caffenol (6 tps Nescafe, 2000mg vit C, 3 1/2 tps Baking Soda) for 12 minutes at 21 degrees C
    Movements: significant bellows extension

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    Re: Paper negatives

    You've nailed it technically and aesthetically, Don. Lovely image.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Don great image. Did you scan the paper negative, or contact print a positive, then scan?

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    Re: Paper negatives

    "Turned out quite well"???

    That's a gem.

    Neil

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Love the image Don. Especially the tone. Is that the negative tone or did you adjust it digitally.

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