The methods and techniques discussed in these pages deal with making large negatives for contact printing. Alternative photographic processes require ultra violet light (light generated by sunlight or light from UV fluorescent tubes) and require a negative to be created which is the same size as the finished photograph. Currently, inkjet printers can do a very good job making these kinds of negatives on a transparent material called Pictorico OHP.
Inkjet printer technology has improved significantly in the past few years - it is now up to the task of creating large format negatives for contact printing. Dan Burkholder's Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing is the sine qua non on the subject. Burkholder's inkjet discussion, though thorough, is a bit dated.
One of my favorite aspects of film photography is spending time in the darkroom. While others are mulling over what camera to shoot, what film stock to carry around, what developer to soup their film in, I’m in the darkroom asking myself, “How am I going to get my image on a piece of paper today?”. Most days, the answer is simple, a B&W on a piece of silver gelatin coated fiber paper. There are those days, however, where I just need to try something different.
The artist in us seems to always be searching for new avenues of expression. We try different films, papers, developers, techniques, even cameras, all while searching for that optimum combination to fulfill our vision...
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