I have done this successfully with regular reversal process. I want to explore more, but the papers available in cut sizes are too slow speed and only senstive to blue/green.
Originally Posted by cjbecker
There is some newer "digital silver" paper which looks like it will be faster and panchromatic, but it is only sold in large rolls--this has promise but I don't want to buy a huge roll to test a bit. I have a WTB for some sheets of it if somebody has a roll that can sell me some cut down or a small section of a roll and I can cut it.
direct positive to paper is what I want to do eventually all the time...right now doing film transparencies, but paper would be easier to handle and MUCH LESS problems in the scratching department (an no anti-halation dye problems).
The photobooth people won't tell me where they get their fast speed paper from--they will offer small strips, but I want to shoot larger sheets.
ANYBODY with any of the ilford digital silver pan paper who can sell me some to test, please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
or anybody with information of where to get photobooth type paper in LARGER sizes, please contact me. email@example.com
only "problem" with direct positive is reversed image if you don't use a reversing prism....
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My first paper negative
I wanted to test out my recent camera as I am new to darkroom fun, and I put in a small piece of RC paper in my Hasselblad 503. To get the on screen I scanned and horizontally reversed it and checked to make sure the levels were okay in GIMP.
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