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    I am guessing the same thing.. how are you controlling the second exposure?


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    I wanted to 'play' today so I tried this with what I had.... the end result was: totally black print!

    I guess my second exposure was way too aggressive....

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    Here is a sophisticated to scale diagram of my working technique.... patent pending.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails FLASH SETUP.jpg  

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    You look quite pleased in the diagram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie View Post
    how are you controlling the second exposure?

    I wasn't.... I was just playing around. I stuck a tray in a tray developer under my second enlarger and turned it on for 2 seconds. I had everything setup already for a printing session so I thought I'll find out for myself how badly I can mess up. I was very successful....

    I'm going to hang a small wattage bulb above my wet side and hook it up to a timer. It'll be similar to your setup except leg of the table won't be going through my foot. (ouch)

    Serious attempt will have to wait until my chems arrive. Some of them went into back order so it might be a while before I can get them.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Every day in the darkroom is a pleasure,(well most anyways) I am going in today to do more prints on this project.
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    You look quite pleased in the diagram.

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    That's an awesome diagram! I'm not being funny... I really like it.

    I may make all of my darkroom notes in this style.

    Ed

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    I haven't used if for sabattier but I understand that the RH Designs Flasher with the diffuser removed makes a flasher that has the ability to reproduce results consistently.

    pentaxuser

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    STILL waiting for chems.....
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Very IMPATIENTLY waiting for chems....
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    going back in today to print.. if you bought them when I told you first you would be printing today as well.

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    Very IMPATIENTLY waiting for chems....

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