Home-darkroom silver-gelatin prints from digital images

Started Apr 24, 2016 | Discussions thread
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Re: Home-darkroom silver-gelatin prints from digital images
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For do-it-yourself, make a negative print with an inkjet or laser printer, the same size as your final print. Then in the darkroom, contact print from this onto silver halide (traditional) paper. Note that the neg can be on paper: it doesn't have to be transparent as enough light gets through paper for contact printing.

As carbon pigment is as permanent as silver, I doubt if there is really any point in doing this, except for fun.

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