Will I be outside the rules

Discussion in 'Alternative Processes' started by michael9793, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. michael9793

    michael9793 Member

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    I am really liking Pt/PD printing now and keep shooting in 8x10 and 8x20, BUT, have some 4x5 and even 120 negatives I would like to enlarge and make into palladium. What I want to do is digitally enlarge the negative to 6x9 or 8x10. then make a Palladium print of some of my older work that I have done in silver. If I scan the print and put it up on APUG is this now outside the rules of APUG with the digitally enlarged negative, even though I am scanning the print.

    thanks mike andersen:confused::confused::confused::D
     
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    Basically yes, it has come up before. This is why Hybrid Photo forum was born.

    You can enlarge onto APHS Ortho Litho film from Freestyle. It's really not that different from silver printing either, as long as you're used to working in red safelights. I don't know why people think that it's incredibly hard to enlarge negatives traditionally.
     
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