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Historic photographic processes

Author: Richard Farber
Publisher: New York : Allworth Press, ©1998.
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"Historic Photographic Processes: A Guide to Creating Handmade Photographic Images is a comprehensive user's guide to the historical processes that have become popular alternatives to modern and digital technology. Though many of the techniques, applications, and equipment were first developed in the nineteenth century, these same methods can be used today to create attractive hand-crafted images that are often more  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Farber, Richard, 1950-
Historic photographic processes.
New York : Allworth Press, ©1998
(OCoLC)607071060
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Farber
ISBN: 1880559935 9781880559932
OCLC Number: 40173655
Description: xii, 241 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. General applications --
Permanence --
Paper and sizing --
Safelight --
Measuring solutions --
Sensitizing methods --
Light sources --
Contrast control --
Exposure control --
Contact printers --
Registration methods for multiple printing --
Negatives --
Chapter 2. Safety --
Do you know what to do in an emergency? --
Is there proper ventilation in your darkroom? --
Can you use respiratory protection? --
Do you know how to handle chemicals safely? --
Can you protect your hands? --
Can you protect your eyes? --
Do you practice good hygiene in the darkroom? --
Are you protecting others in the family? --
Can you store your chemicals safely? --
Is your darkroom electrically safe? --
Do you know the local regulations for chemical disposal? --
Chapter 3. Salted paper --
Salting the paper --
Arrowroot paper --
Sensitizing --
Exposure --
Toning --
Fixing --
Chapter 4. Albumen --
Making the albumen solution --
Coating the paper --
Hardening the albumen --
Matte albumen paper --
Sensitizing --
Replenishing the silver nitrate solution --
Exposure --
Toning --
Fixing --
Chapter 5. Cyanotype --
Contrast control --
Sensitizing --
Exposing --
Processing --
Toning --
The ware type II cyanotype --
Chapter 6. Kallitype --
Sensitizing solution --
Sensitizing the paper --
Exposure --
Contrast control --
Developing --
Clearing --
Toning --
Fixing --
Vandyke print --
Argyrotype --
Chapter 7. Platnum/palladium --
Paper and sizing --
Sensitizing solutions --
Contrast control --
Humidity control --
Sensitizing --
Exposure --
Developers --
Processing --
Clearing --
Toning --
Print-out platinum/palladium processes --
Ziatype --
Chapter 8. Carbon/Cabro --
Carbon tissue --
Supplies --
Pigments --
Support material for carbon tissue --
Making carbon tissue --
Presensitized tissue --
Formulas for carbon tissue --
Coating the gelatin on the support --
Final support paper --
Double transfer system --
Sensitizing --
Exposure --
Attaching the exposed tissue to the support --
Processing --
Multiple printing --
Carbro --
Gelabrome --
Chapter 9. Gum bichromate --
The negative --
Paper and sizing --
Pigments --
Gum arabic --
Brushes --
Dichromate sensitizer --
Preparing the pigment and gum solution --
Sensitizing --
Exposure --
Developing --
Multiple printing --
Problem solving --
Creative manipulation --
Three-color gum printing --
Chapter 10. Bromoil --
The bromide print --
The gelatin matrix --
Bromoil ink --
Bromoil brushes --
Inking the matrix.
Other Titles: Guide to creating handmade photographic images
Responsibility: Richard Farber.

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"Historic Photographic Processes: A Guide to Creating Handmade Photographic Images is a comprehensive user's guide to the historical processes that have become popular alternatives to modern and digital technology. Though many of the techniques, applications, and equipment were first developed in the nineteenth century, these same methods can be used today to create attractive hand-crafted images that are often more permanent than conventional prints or digital output."--Jacket.

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