Once upon a time, before the digital era, there was a photographic printing technique that called wet printing or darkroom printing or silver gelatin printing. You could print a photograph without using computer or printer by using this mysterious technique. Nowadays there are only a few master remain who knows the mystery. Hold on there, I will tell a secret. I am the master and I will whisper the secrets to you in this blog. Keep this secret with you.
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Summer days about to finish and this year summer was too busy for me. I couldn't swim even. For this reason I couldn't post for awhile. In this post let's smell a summer breeze.
Paper: Ilfrord Multigrade IV Fiber 1K Glossy Paper Size: 17.8x24 cm (7x9.5in) Image Size: 14.8x22.8 cm (5.8x9in) Developer: Ilford Harman Warmtone Developer 1+9 (3 min.) Toner: Untoned Film: Rollei RPX 400 rated 250 135 mm
In this image I used a warmtone developer with a normal paper. It gives a little warmth to the paper which I liked. Also this developer is slower than Dektol. I think this enhance the shadow details a little in the print.