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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce
    The Azo Store
    Azo Is Us
    Mr. Azo
    Azo World
    Azo City
    Azo Warehouse
    Everything Azo

    Sorry - I'm just being silly now.
    Smith/Chamlee Photography

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce
    Can anyone recommend a good book, or article, or series of articles, to someone who is interested in getting into contact printing?

    Thanks.
    Thank you for posting this Bruce!
    Beat me to it!
    (Though I'm new to printing in general)

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    Quote Originally Posted by noseoil
    Bruce, one nice thing about azo paper is that it is so simple to work with. All you need is a film to work with, an ordinary light bulb (see Edward Weston's setup for simplicity in the extreme) some developer and fixer. The really nice thing about azo is the speed, it is very slow. A normal light bulb is necessary for printing because of its speed (or lack therof). Print exposures can range from a few seconds to a few minutes. Not possible with regular photographic papers, they're too fast to do this with and would be black after a second in this light. No enlarger or fancy equipment, azo is fun. tim
    I gotta' agree with this completely. AZO is very forgiving paper, tolerates bright working conditions and can be printed with the simplest setup and least amount of equipment. The long exposure times mean that you can dodge and burn with ease (no time pressure)

    cheers

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    Azo and don't forget the Amidol

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