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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce (Camclicker)
    Please excuse what might appear as a dumb question but are you speaking of pulling from the developer or the fix way early?
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    Pull from the developer way early *faint to medium blacks*and watch the contrast explode in the fix. I use rapid fix *not sure if this makes a difference*

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    ref. lith printing

    I agree with ras351's idea of using Fotospeed lith paper and LD20 what I have found is it gives a better colour, and that glow we all look for, when used much weaker than usual, I have personally gone down as far as 40/1, which gave me a really nice apricot; I also find that a stop bath about twice as strong as normal helps you to avoid the problems you are getting in the fixer.
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    Ilford MG FB WT &

    i used just started playing around with Lith Printing. i used Fotospeed lith developer LD20, & Ilford MG FB WT (since I already have it).
    & these were my results.....
    http://flickr.com/photos/chriceleportela/121967645/.
    I like this effect but still want to try the other papers, as well.
    Chricel

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    Quote Originally Posted by chricela
    i used just started playing around with Lith Printing. i used Fotospeed lith developer LD20, & Ilford MG FB WT (since I already have it).
    & these were my results.....
    http://flickr.com/photos/chriceleportela/121967645/.
    I like this effect but still want to try the other papers, as well.
    Chricel
    I went through the slide show , I like your images, love to see a series printed with the lith of each of the different images , they would hang together nicely.

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