Revisiting the RA4 paper negative provess

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  1. mkillmer

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    I've been making RA4 paper negatives again after a long break. I thought I'd share a few.
    These are a mix of Fuji 8x10 and Kodak Endura premier 11x14 images.
    All were shot though a Cokin 045 sepia filter and developed in Tetenal RA.
    Many of these images highlight the extreme narrow latitude of RA4.
     

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    Sorry about the duplicates!
     
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    I like the colours in the tulip image!
     
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    I am not clear on your process. Are you contact printing them, or inverting them in the 'puter?

    Either way, I like them. Reminds me a bit of Leonoyd(sp?). The images of the girl and the pink flower are fantastic. Got any more? Website?
     
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    just the sepia filter? what about lighting, did you use tungsten light? How did you invert the paper negative, contact print? What ISO did you rate kodak endura paper? Thanks!