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    First try with Harmon Positive Paper

    This is my first attempt using Harmon Positive Paper. Kodak 5x7 2D, exposed at EI=3, Symmar 210mm/5.6 @5.6 for 4 sec. Developed in HC110 Dilution B, no pre-flash.

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    What are you printing from?

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    Light! No negative needed with direct positive paper because it's made for pos-pos (or scene-pos).
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    In other words direct capture. Very nice, I'd like to try that paper sometime.

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    If you are using paper for direct capture in the camera, why not use ordinary paper and reverse through contact with another sheet of paper?

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    hi mike

    great stuff!

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    Michael, is it a pretty neutral colored paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rorye View Post
    Michael, is it a pretty neutral colored paper?
    Yes, it seems to be. It is a fiber based paper, I don't think Ilford ever did release the RC paper. Some problems in production, not sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mhcfires View Post
    Yes, it seems to be. It is a fiber based paper, I don't think Ilford ever did release the RC paper. Some problems in production, not sure.


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