Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera
Thomas- use an enlarging easel. Mask to the borders of the negative with the blades, then a sheet of heavy glass on top to keep the negative flat.
Does that actually keep the neg in contact with the paper surface? I would think that the glass would only put pressure on the easel blades?
Anyway, I was hoping for a solution using my contact printing frame.
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