- Author:Jerry Davidson
- Publisher:Pembroke Pub Ltd; Apparent First Edition edition (November 1, 1986)
- Subcategory:Photography & Video
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Light Up Your Darkroom book.
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Darkroom Magic Black And White Toning Primer . Joseph A. Dickerson Oct 1, 2000. But when was the last time you went through your negative files and tried to find new ways to interpret some of your images? You know, blow the dust off and see if you can come up with some new wrinkle. There are several reasons for toning a black and white print: to make the photograph more permanent; to increase the D-max and/or contrast; to give more realistic skin tones to a print that is to be hand-tinted; or to alter reality and create a fantasy vision of the world. Oh, and there's one more, play. Yeah, that's right, just because it's fun.
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Bartlett's book is a great course in black and white printing for anyone at any level. The way that he sees a straight print, and how to improve it, is a sure sign of his years of experience in the darkroom. Bartlett's heavier printing style may not appeal to every printer or every subject matter, but he caused me to question my printing more indepth, and by applying his ideas,I did see immediate improvements.
Light Up Your Darkroom. How to Tone, Tine and Retouch Black-And-White Prints. Published November 1986 by Pembroke Pub Ltd.
A silver gelatin black and white print can exhibit visual elements not .
A silver gelatin black and white print can exhibit visual elements not possible via other methods. The silver halide suspended on the gelatin is a beautiful sight to my eyes. The fine prints that I create in the darkroom give me a sense of pride and enjoyment that I am not able to achieve any other way in photography. Fiber papers are for professionals that need to create fine art archival prints.
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If you're anything like me, you'll want to make notes throughout the video so you don't immediately forget everything you just learned. If you're looking for more options, explore B&H's Darkroom Equipment section and enjoy the rabbit hole you'll find yourself in. Making your own prints is an art in and of itself, but like anything, it gets easier with practice. There's nothing quite like seeing your image appear out of nowhere on a piece of photographic paper! It never gets old. Happy printing! Posted In: DIY.