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    I would try black mat board

    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy View Post
    This is what I was thinking about. Perhaps some torn watercolor paper or something.
    Watercolor paper is too thin. Try black paper or black mat board.
    "Photography, like surfing, is an infinite process, a constantly evolving exploration of life."
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    My user icon is a print I made where I dipped my hand in the developer and laid it on the print for about 30 seconds. I then developed it as normal. My fingerprints and hand-folds etched into the print. Very cool. I've also used a rag to dab developer on in strange ways.
    In other worlds he has
    darker days, blacker swells.
    Strokes that mix noir revenge
    on waves of grey.

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    Sheesh! I'm way too hide-bound in my thinking.

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    I have done hand coloring, using rubber cement to selectively tone parts of the print, and printing negative image by creating an inter-negative. Some of the images are in gallery under my user name.

    Kind of fun.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    I have done hand coloring, using rubber cement to selectively tone parts of the print, and printing negative image by creating an inter-negative. Some of the images are in gallery under my user name. Another one was, print on fiber paper as normal. While still wet, roll it up and wring it. Then pull it open and dry. It becomes a 3 dimensional image.

    Kind of fun.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    How about trying one of the simpler archaic processes, such as cyanotype? Cheap, simple and creative. :-)

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    testing...

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