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    Ok,
    Thank you very much for all the help.

    I shot this two today. But I still have to fix the paper holder. It is taking too much of the paper.

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    That second one is a very well composed and exposed shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
    That second one is a very well composed and exposed shot!
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
    That second one is a very well composed and exposed shot!
    +2!
    It's a very nice photograph!

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    Thank you very much.

    When I was trying with the first camera I made I was using Ilford RC multigrade paper. Now I am using Tetenal RC Variable contrast (which I guess means the same as multigrade). I don't know why but I like better Ilford than Tetenal.

    Is there any paper you would recommend?

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    I've had good luck with Ilford MGIV VC and Adorama brand VC paper. I think your camera has a flat "film plane" so some people might recommend glossy for better contact prints. I have not tried that myself so can't comment.

    There is a choice between VC and graded paper too. I've only tried VC.

    I think there was another thread on APUG recently about this.

    Have fun!
    Ned

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