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Ensign Autorange 120, Tri-X 400 in PMK developer. Print on Adox Nuance Grade 2, Neutol WA 1+11. Selenium toned.
Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic paper. Lith print made from a 120 film negative, printed on Fomatone 131 Glossy and developed in LD-20.
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.
click to embiggen Digital lith image from a scanned silver negative on 120 film This vase is an original Clarice Cliff design. It has been in the family since the 1930s and came to me after mum died. It forms … Continue reading
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
Meandering Jetty, Maylandsea, Essex Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic, from a 6x9cm negative on HP5 film.
Click on images to embiggen… Lith print on Fomatone, toned with gold. Lith print on Adox Nuance Grade 3, toned in weak selenium, followed by gold. Conventional silver print on Adox Nuance Grade 3, toned with selenium. Print on Fomatone … Continue reading
Cliff top, Cromer This image, made on 5 x 4 inch sheet film, has been printed using a point-source lamp in the enlarger. This light source, combined with a high-quality enlarging lens, produces extremely sharp prints and is capable of … Continue reading
The entrance to Lacock Abbey, birthplace of the positive-negative process. The original print from which this scan was made dates from the 1980s and was made on Kodalith Transtar TP paper, one of the nicest lith papers ever produced, developed … Continue reading
Split-toned lith print from film negative. I’m not completely happy with this one and feel it needs more attention. Fomatone MG Classic paper, developed in LD20 and toned in selenium.