I posted an image "Sylvian Meadows" in the "Standard" gallery. It is a contact print from an 8x10 negative. I have been working with Gum for a year and 1/2 doing tricolors and monochromes from digital negatives. I finally decided to try an in camera negative and was really nicely surprised by the result. There is a noticeable improvement in subtlety of tonal gradation and in fine resolution of the final print. I attained a level of quality that I had not expected from gum.
Since the printing process is slow and labor intensive already the extra work of large format shooting and processing is not a very big addition to the already labor intensive workflow. I "overexposed" the film by one stop and pulled development by N-1 to adjust the negative density range to the gum process
I was happily surprised and pleased by being able to make an entirely analog image.