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    That is very cool. I've never seen the effect on color paper. Is that 1/10 second or something in that vicinity?

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    How about using sand over the image when enlarging I have seen some cool effects doing that, none to hand thou!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    It is "Creative Darkroom Techniques".

    Here is an example of cross processing and Sabattier effect combined.

    The left picture is the print from cross processed EPP and the right picture is a print that has been flashed in the color developer.

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    Thanks. I'll check that out when I get a chance
    "I have captured the light and arrested its flight! The sun itself shall draw my pictures!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggysk8 View Post
    How about using sand over the image when enlarging I have seen some cool effects doing that, none to hand thou!
    Sand.. that sounds like a good one. Probably the most messy one too, have to try it out some time.

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    i wouldn't introduce tea or coffee into your fixer bath --- why ruin your fixer ?
    instead i would have a bath after the first wash
    where the print could be soaked in tea or coffee ..
    it is the tannins that stain the paper,
    you can also get tannins by boiling tree nuts ( acorns )
    and bark and other "stuff" that may or may not work better.

    if enlarge through a bath of water, you are able to get interesting effects as well ...

    have fun!
    Last edited by jnanian; 10-05-2009 at 03:32 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jglass View Post
    That is very cool. I've never seen the effect on color paper. Is that 1/10 second or something in that vicinity?

    The time at which you flash, and the length of time depends on both the original exposure on easel and on the development time. I used 2' at 68 deg F for the ones shown, and the flash was about 1 second at 1.5 minutes. It took about 5 tries to get the right effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBoontje View Post
    Sand.. that sounds like a good one. Probably the most messy one too, have to try it out some time.
    Sand in the darkroom??????? You'll be wishing for only dust in no time.

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    im going to have to say the the worst would probably be glass dust and shards

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    split toning, with 2 or more different toning chemicals, putting prints in toners, or parts of toners (i.e. bleach) then another toner that you wouldn't normally use a bleach for, etc. look at the toning galleries at alexisneel.com for some of the examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikanon View Post
    im going to have to say the the worst would probably be glass dust and shards
    mica / isinglass dust is no fun ...

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