Analogue Photography

Contact Sheet

contact sheet

Because the negatives were fairly dark I had to expose the print for quite a long time and even then it is still quite hard to see the images. This made me think that it would be quite difficult to be able to develop the prints but that didn’t turn out to be the case…

Test Strip

pic 1 test

Final Prints

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After doing a test strip for the first image and finding that a time of around 15 seconds for a good starting point for exposure, it became much easier to judge the timings that would be most effective for the rest of the images after seeing how dark the initial negatives were and judging that against the first image I printed. I actually really like how these prints have come out and how¬†the tonal range isn’t that strong as I think that it really makes you look at the detail that lies within the photographs which gives them great depth.

Natasha Perkin

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