seems like an awful lot of work to do something as simple as a contact print. ...
Originally Posted by tkamiya
I just want to make sure I'm thinking this through right and not waste YET another paper.
I have an image I want to print inverted. That is, I don't want a positive image but negative, just like what my neg film looks like. I plan to make a high contrast print, then sandwich paper to paper, emulsion side facing each other and expose.
That would require my negative (film) to be up-side-down in neg carrier so that the final print will be right, correct?
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