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    Lovely work all. I love the paper neg. But I have to borrow pals 8x10 to do it. Having said that, I did use Kentmere Art Doc paper in a old folder as a neg and enlarged through it - that was good.

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    Congrats
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    When learning 8x10 and other large format, paper negs are the ONLY way to go
    I've been doing this in my 8x10 view camera and 4x5 speed graphic and love the process! Have fun with it!

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    I agree, paper negatives can be really fun. Just don't take any photos of Olympic athletes and post them here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjbuzzclick View Post
    I agree, paper negatives can be really fun. Just don't take any photos of Olympic athletes and post them here...
    Well, you can, but they must be technically perfect (whatever that means!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by toro_mike View Post
    Well, you can, but they must be technically perfect (whatever that means!)
    and you aren't allowed to have any fun !

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    Great stuff Jessica et al! Thanks for new inspiration, I will definitely have to join in the fun with paper negs in the near future.
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    This is so timely. I'm about to embark on using some Ilford MGWT fiber paper as paper negs for my 5x7. I'm looking forward to trying something new, so thanks for the inspiration Jessica, Emil, and everyone.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    I'm excited to see your results and hear your experience Thomas! Good luck!

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    Love it! I will be trying this very soon for sure!

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