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    I guess I will have to just try some different lenses, and BTW, I am making a CUSTOM enlarger, that will contain the magnesium (it is designed for ONLY magnesium)... but this question, and the key question in my mind still remains, could I do a contact print to get the image (use regular enlarger to expose normal photo paper, then use developed paper to contact print onto new emulsion, which is on different materials)...

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    With a normal enlarger, you cannot use a chloride emulsion such as I describe to make prints, due to speed. You will need straight tungsten light, an LF negative, and a contact printing frame. I print both contact prints on paper and glass slides.

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    Thank you, that is what I needed to know!

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