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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.
This gallery, produced using the WordPress NextGEN plugin, is set to display using Thickbox Highslide. It is a very neat and comprehensive plugin and appears to work well. It is able to use Highslide, which is my preferred method of … Continue reading
Lith print on Adox Nuance Grade 3 paper, selenium and gold toned. A print made from a 120 film negative exposed in an old Koroll camera; HP5 developed in Rodinal.
Kentona paper, 2nd-pass lith development. The so-called Brontë Bridge is near Haworth, Yorkshire and was, by all accounts, a place often frequented by the Brontë Sisters. Read more about them here.
Print on Kentona(?) paper, 2nd-pass lith development. Original print on – I believe – untoned Kentona paper in D-163 developer, then fully bleached in ferricyanide and redeveloped in Ansco 70 lith developer. The curious split-toning that has resulted was an … Continue reading
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
Lith print on Foma Nature 532. From an old 120 negative that had a processing fault resulting in a mottled bubble effect over the lower half. It never worked as a normal print because of this, but the lith process … Continue reading
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.