Old 02-16-2014   #161
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Here's my latest print. It is also the picture I submitted to the Decisive Moment contest.

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Old 02-16-2014   #162
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you can see some fall off from the wrong negative placement... :-(
...please make your comments...

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Old 02-16-2014   #163
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Old 02-16-2014   #164
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Old 02-20-2014   #165
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My latest batch of darkroom prints. The Durst M700 is a BIG improvement from the 305 !
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Old 03-04-2014   #166
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I printed three natural scenes last Wednesday. I'll try to print three more tomorrow.


Bee




Fly




Cloud Burst


Multigrade FB matt paper in Sprint paper chemistry, Delta 3200 negatives developed for 9.5 min. in HC110b at 20C (iso1600), minimal contrast filtration (1.5-2.0), considerable hand dodging, untoned.
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Old 03-14-2014   #167
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I printed those yesterday on Adox MCP. I'm back in the darkroom since my negative scanner stopped working properly a couple of weeks ago. Dont have the money to buy a new one, and wet printing is so much fun!
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Old 03-17-2014   #168
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Old 03-18-2014   #169
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Darkroom prints by Mohammed Basamh, on Flickr
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Old 03-19-2014   #170
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Some silver print. Ilford Multigrade RC.



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Old 03-24-2014   #171
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Few RC prints by Mohammed Basamh, on Flickr
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Old 04-02-2014   #172
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Here are some from yesterdays session. Shot on a Leica M2/ 50mm Elmar and a Ricoh GR1s with Kentmere 400 and printed onto Ilford RC paper. And BTW the dust is all on my scanner.
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Old 04-02-2014   #173
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This thread always puts a smile on my face, simply one of the best on any photo forum there is, so much love and passion and really, *really* nice work. Please, please keep this up, it's nice to feel unique in a world of digital snapshots, but I think in this case, it feels even better to be in wonderful company.

I am currently working on a set of small prints to sell from my office / dry side print finishing area, once I get a few done, I will snap a couple iPhone pics and post them. For now, I will attach a photo of the print finishing / marketing space, another "feel good" place in my work to make fine prints....
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Old 04-03-2014   #174
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A few I did recently :



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Old 04-03-2014   #175
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Prints par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr


Vincent - print par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr

The nudes and the curved wall were taken by my dad in 1980. I recently found quite a few negatives from him and I am slowly proceeding throught them.
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Old 04-04-2014   #176
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Some really nice artwork on this thread.
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Old 04-06-2014   #177
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Jean-bob, those are seriously good pictures. I concur with KM-25 that this is the place to go for pictures that make you realize yet again how good it (photography) can be.
Thank you very much !
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Old 04-06-2014   #178
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Tried to print Fomapan 400 developed quickly in Rodinal. Like it comparing to stand developed negs.
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Old 04-07-2014   #179
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Telephones par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr

I tried hard to make the letters "Tele" appear but the negative is just too burnt in this corner, there's nothing to get out of it.

It's another of my dad's negatives from 1980(ish).
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Old 04-10-2014   #180
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Old 04-13-2014   #181
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1st sheet of a package of Ilford Ilfobrom 2.1K 2 (20y expired)
4"stripes f16
2min Ilford Multigrade developer
Ilfobrom Test Print by vp_varchs, on Flickr


6th sheet
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Rollei Retro 400
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River Walk by vp_varchs, on Flickr

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Rollei Retro 400
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18" f16
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Fani by vp_varchs, on Flickr

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Katerina by vp_varchs, on Flickr
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Old 04-14-2014   #182
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Old paper and old developer. Just getting the groove back after a decade out of the darkroom. Don't want to go to work, just stay home and print





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Old 04-19-2014   #183
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My first prints on FB paper (Adox MCC 18x24cm). Even though they're not flawless, I'm quite happy for the time being.
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Old 04-20-2014   #184
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Not the latest, but found one forgotten print I found today. Made years back but since it takes so much handwork effort to print I remember the details clearly. Maco TP64c film, enlarged on Cachet Lithpaper (baryta) using my own Lithing developer recipe:


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Old 04-21-2014   #185
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One from the recent series, excuse the poor flatbed scan, in real life it looks much better:

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Not the latest, but found one forgotten print I found today. Made years back but since it takes so much handwork effort to print I remember the details clearly. Maco TP64c film, enlarged on Cachet Lithpaper (baryta) using my own Lithing developer recipe:
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Old 04-23-2014   #187
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Tmax 400 in rodinal 1:50 except the sleeping woman on the bench for which I used PanF developed always in R09 1:50

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After looking through this thread I'm really sad. I miss having access to a darkroom. Damnit!
I really need to get myself a space where I can start printing again!
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Old 04-24-2014   #189
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After looking through this thread I'm really sad. I miss having access to a darkroom. Damnit! I really need to get myself a space where I can start printing again!
Find it! It's relaxing and the hours seem minutes. You lose track of time. And is the only way to learn shooting better. Welcome in the darkmen group
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Old 04-25-2014   #190
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Pigeons par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr


Hugo wallie crooked par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr


Hugo 50-50 on a shoe par tumulishoomaroom, sur Flickr

Once again these are just photos of the prints, they look better in my hands.
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Old 04-25-2014   #191
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There is some righteous work in this thread!

Makes me long for the good old days when I had active access to a darkroom. Wish I could go back to those days.

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Old 05-04-2014   #192
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Yesterdays work, still drying:

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Old 05-07-2014   #193
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Still wet


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Before and after watching Wim Wenders exposition here in Rome.
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The attachment are iPhone photos and you can't obviously see the excellent quality of this camera. At this enlargement (24x30 cm) I couldn't say if they were made with my Linhof 4x5.
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Old 05-08-2014   #194
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Wonderful prints.
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Old 05-09-2014   #196
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Folks, thank you for keeping this thread alive.
Getting my business off the ground left me with no time for darkroom.
But seeing all of your handiwork really warmed my heart.
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I have 4-5 sheets that are with the Art paper, all severely damaged.
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Benji77, how is the above print damaged?
From the photo above, I kinda like the accidental vintage look.
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I don't know why the paper had so much 'fungus' look alight splotches. This was the worst of about 4 sheets, and they all had marks on the outer edges, and the worst was this (entire sheet).

These were from a pack of 30 Ilford Hahnemuhle fineart 300gsm art paper.

The groom said the same thing as you, that the vintage feel was unique. But I don't think the paper would keep very long, and it make degrade fast.

Prints from my 8 x 10 sheets all came out good, so I don't know if it was due to a Fixer fault or paper issue.

Anyone had this happen to you before?
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Having posted this in my "private" darkroom thread, shadowfox has been so kind as to ask me to post the results of my third(!) darkroom session ever in this thread.



Eukobrom on Adox EasyPrint 311, shot with an old Olympus AF-10 Super point-and-shoot on Tri-X and developed with Rodinal.
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Nice work, congrats!
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