Category Archives: Silver Gelatin

Print made on conventional silver-gelatin paper.

Slavich Bromportrait Lith – Second print

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Slavich Bromportrait Lith – First print

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Slavich Unibrom EasyLith – Second Prints

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Slavich Unibrom EasyLith – First Prints

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The Mundon Oaks

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Acros 100 in PMK

I discovered an undeveloped roll of 120 film in the cupboard this week. I had no idea what was on it. Part of the magic of film photography is that once the photons have done their work on the little … Continue reading

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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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Sea Defences, Happisburgh, Norfolk

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Barn & Tree, Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire

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