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    Mamiya C220 paper neg :)

    Hey guys, a while ago I posted to see if anyone had put paper into their RB67 Polaroid back. Well I tried it and it didn't work, so I borrowed a TLR and sticky taped some paper to the pressure plate, et viola!
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    Nicely done! Is this a reversed scan or a scan of contact print?
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    Rick, this is a scan of the negative. I couldn't be bothered doing anything more, just wanted to see if it could work.

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    That looks good! I've thought of putting print paper in the cut film holders for my Mamiya Press - you've got me inspired.
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    Bruce, thanks.
    I rated my paper at 3iso. I had to move my flash to within inches of the subject and fire it on full power. The lens is wide open. It's a 105mm f/3.5.

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    Very nice and dreamy photograph. Love any alt process!

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    This would be good to try out the Ilford positive paper.

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    Yes it would be good. I'd like to make more exposures on paper. It' easier to use cut film holders on a view camera though.
    Note, the sensitivity of the paper has rendered the oranges very dark.

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    very nice!
    be careful, paper negatives can be very addictive !
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    John, I'm sure there will be more to come.
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