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    Liam Lawless' Enlarged Negatives by Reversal Processing?

    Does anyone know of a current way to get Liam Lawless' article Enlarged Negatives by Reversal Processing? The original version of the article was in The World Journal of Post-Factory Photography #2, but the email address for Judy Seigel to obtain back issues no longer exists (domain is gone). The updated version from http://rmp.opusis.com/documents/reversal4.pdf is gone as well, nor is it available via archive.org.

    Liam appears to have had a website at http://www.silver-print.com/ at one time, but that's gone as well.

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    Did you tried to get it back from there:
    http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

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    I think I do have a downloaded pdf still somewhere on my hard-disk at home. Give me some time, I will attach it.

    However, I am using this process regularly, and I would recommend quite some alterations of Liam's original instructions. I think I have made notes about this somewhere on Apug not too long ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John W View Post
    Does anyone know of a current way to get Liam Lawless' article
    Enlarged Negatives by Reversal Processing?
    Check at www.unblinkingeye.com . Just checked.
    I was sure the article WAS there. I've read the article at
    that site. Odd it's gone. Liam has a few other articles
    there. I'll miss it. Dan

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    "Why is there always a better way?"

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    There were updates, mainly simplifications to his process in The World Journal of Post-Factory Photography #3 and #4. Judy Seigel is active on the alt-process-photo list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by payral View Post
    Did you tried to get it back from there:
    http://www.archive.org/web/web.php
    Yep, that was one of the first things I tried as I mentioned in my original post. Thanks for the thought, tho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukas Werth View Post
    However, I am using this process regularly, and I would recommend quite some alterations of Liam's original instructions. I think I have made notes about this somewhere on Apug not too long ago.
    Thanks for looking for the article, Lukas. I'll search APUG for your process notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobNewYork View Post
    Yes that's the article; Less is More. I take it as being Ed's take
    on Liam's method. I'd say a good second source. Dan

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    A few years ago I made a number of enlarged negatives for a client who wished to use them for making cyanotype prints.
    I printed the negatives onto Ilfochrome ohp film and with a little experimenting was able to get good results. My client was very happy with the enlarged negatives.

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