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Developing a C41 colour film

Developing a C41 colour film

Being in complete control of your results helps ensure better photographs. One way is to process your own C41 colour films.

Added: 10th January 2001

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Bas relief - advanced darkroom technique

Bas relief - advanced darkroom technique

Peter Bargh shows you how to make your pictures like line drawings using lith film in this traditional darkroom technique.

Added: 10th January 2001
Making a photogram - traditional darkroom ideas

Making a photogram - traditional darkroom ideas

Create artistic shapes on paper in this traditional darkroom technique shared by Peter Bargh.

Added: 9th January 2001
Preparations for Iron-based printing

Preparations for Iron-based printing

Over the next three articles Dr Mike Ware describes three iron-based processes - new cyanotype, argyrotype and platino-palladiotype. They have the same working methods so, to avoid repetition, the equipment, materials and handling procedures you will need are described here first.

Added: 9th January 2001
Making enlarged internegatives - traditional darkroom ideas

Making enlarged internegatives - traditional darkroom ideas

Alternative process expert Dr Mike Ware shows us how to make a large format internegative to save the need of a large format camera.

Added: 9th January 2001
Making your first print - traditional darkroom ideas

Making your first print - traditional darkroom ideas

There's something magically about watching your first print appear in a darkroom developing tray. Heres a guide to what you need and how to make your first print.

Added: 8th January 2001
Assessing negatives

Assessing negatives

Peter Bargh of ePHOTOzine explains what to look for in a negative, to ensure correct exposure and development accuracy in the future.

Added: 8th January 2001
Alternative processes - an ironic manifesto

Alternative processes - an ironic manifesto

Dr Mike Ware gives us a complete run down on the alternative processes including Platinotype, Cyanotype and Chrysotype.

Added: 8th January 2001
Burning in detail

Burning in detail - traditional darkroom technique

Peter Bargh shows us how to improve our darkroom printing skills using selective exposure control.

Added: 7th January 2001
Sepia toning - a digital imaging guide

Sepia toning - a digital imaging guide

Peter Bargh suggests you try sepia toning your black & white prints to create a nostalgic feel.

Added: 7th January 2001
Converting verticals using your enlarger

Converting verticals using your enlarger

Peter Bargh of ePHOTOzine shows you how to use your enlarger to straighten up the walls of a building that are suffering from converging verticals.

Added: 7th January 2001
Making your first contact sheet - traditional darkroom ideas

Making your first contact sheet - traditional darkroom ideas

Peter Bargh shows you how to make a contact sheet of your black & white negatives.

Added: 6th January 2001