Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by pslaviero, Jan 8, 2006.

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    pslaviero Guest

    Hi everybody, I would like to begin with solarization technique. I know
    the principles (in theory): few seconds before having developed paper
    switch on the light for few seconds and finish developing. But theory
    is a thing, practice is something completely different.

    Pictures I want to try to solarize are taken with 25 ISO film, printed
    on grade 5 paper using common AGFA Neutol developer. Negatives are
    quite high contrast and pictures are of course too. Can anyone give me
    an idea on HOW he / she does to obtain solarization effect? Tricks,
    tips, and so on.

    Thanks all

    pslaviero, Jan 8, 2006
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