Have you done any experiments in the darkroom?greenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo: Alternative Process : One Thread
Hello, I am compiling a website of photographic research and tests. If you have done any experiments on film, paper, or anything else. If you have it posted online and wouldn't mind if I put a link from your site on my page, then please respond to this message with your site's url. all experiments and tests welcome. thanks.
p.s. once i have the page up and running i will e-mail all of you that posted links and let you know. thanks agian for helping me try and add something worthwile to photography on the web.
-- Josh Randall (email@example.com), October 22, 2000
Hi I am very new to the internet. I just saw your question at Black and White World. I have done quite a bit of experimentation with Liquid Light emulsion painted onto handmade paper. I am also very interested in alternative processes such as photocopy transfers. I am currently experimenting with heat ransfers on wood, paper and glass. I do not have my own website but some of my work can be seen at www.gallerytelpaz.com I would like to link up with others with similar interests and also help people with queries. Let me know how your project works and if you can include me. thanks, nicole
-- Nicole Dextras (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 30, 2000.
I've been experimenting with color film lately and found it is possible to create a very interesting negative by processing color film through the b/w film developer process. The negatives retain a very dense quality, removing nearly all of their color, and seem to be very high contrast. The process isn't an exact science however, since color film is very temperature sensitive. It's kind of hit or miss, also considering that color film is not made to produce b/w negatives. It can produce a muddy image, and image quality can be extremely various, even on the same negative strip. Still, it's very interesting, I can't wait to start printing.
-- Jeff Gannon (JAG4800322@aol.com), May 10, 2002.