Category Archives: Digital Negative

A large format negative image from a digital file, printed on to transparent film.

St George and Dragon

Fotospeed lith paper, LD-20 developer, untoned This is a print made whilst attending the Tim Rudman Lith Workshop in Ealing this week.

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St Peter-on-the-Wall, Bradwell (redux)

Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic, developed in a soup of LD-20 and Ansco 70. A different viewpoint on the church shown in this post.

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The Blacksmith’s Shop

Click to embiggen Lith print from a digital negative contact printed on Fomatone paper, LD20 developer. untoned. From a digital negative made from a Nikon digital image, printed on Fomatone MG Classic paper, lith processed in LD20. A tableau photographed … Continue reading

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Fatsia

Print from the first digital negative I made. Lith print from a large format digital negative prepared from a RAW digital file. Print toned with gold over selenium on Fomatone paper. This was my first attempt at creating a digital … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Pots

Darwin’s Pots In Charles Darwin’s potting shed at his home in Downe, Kent. Lith print made from a large-format digital negative derived from a RAW digital file. Fomatone paper, split-toned in selenium.

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St Peter-on-the-Wall, Bradwell

St Peter-on-the-Wall, Bradwell Lith print made on Fomatone paper processed in Ansco 70 developer, toned with selenium followed by gold.

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The Hide

Lith print made on Fomatone paper from a digital negative. Continue reading

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