Category Archives: 35mm

Original image on 35mm film.

Slavich Bromportrait: Two-Pass Lith

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Arbor Low, Derbyshire – Me and Edwin Smith

After a long hiatus, it’s time to revive this site and start adding new material from the dark side. To kick off, here’s a print made this week from a 31yr-old 35mm negative on Tri-X film, processed in Kodak HC-110 … Continue reading

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Kodak D-85 Developer Test

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Barn & Tree, Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire

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Weir, Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire

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Small Waterfall, Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire

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Tate Modern

Print on Ilford Multigrade Warmtone Fibre, 2nd-pass lith development. Original print processed conventionally on Ilford Warmtone Multigrade FB, selenium toned, then bleached in ferricyanide and redeveloped in Ansco 70 lith developer. Ilford Warmtone is a paper that does not lith … Continue reading

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Cambridge Kite Area

This is from a series made in the 1980s of the area of Cambridge known as The Kite. A set of pictures from this 1980s project may be viewed on my main site – Weeping Ash.

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Regent’s Park

This was the successful first lith print made using present day materials. This print is on Fomatone paper, processed for 25 minutes in Ansco 70 developer. Prior to this, I had only ever made lith prints around 20 years ago, … Continue reading

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