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Exposing the final print


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I've selected a couple of final prints for this page. It should be noted that instead of the normal single variable printing techniques used in black and white photography, we now have the exposure time and the development time to contend with. Selecting the Forte print first, from the test print we ascertain the dev time and set up the print again. The Forte print has the nice distinct black areas on which make deciding on the snatch point a little easier.  This final print was toned with selenium. To see the natural colour, click here

Lith Photography - Forte Print Thumbnail
Click the print or click here to enlarge

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The Osteospermum flower was a lot more difficult to 'pull' at the right point. I have produced three prints for the site, two are over exposed and one was 'just right'. 

Lith Photography - Osteospemum Overcooked Print Thumbnail
Overcooked and Gold toned - Click the print or click here to enlarge

See the whole Flower gallery at www.danmassey.co.uk

Lith Photography - Osteospemum Sepia Print Thumbnail Overcooked and Sepia toned - Click the print or click here to enlarge

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Lith Photography - Osteospemum Final Print Thumbnail Just right! un-toned - Click the print or click here to enlarge

See the whole Flower gallery at www.danmassey.co.uk

Adventures in Lith Printing and Alternative Process Photography

 
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