From: Breukel, C. (HKG) (C.Breukel@lumc.nl)
Date: 10/25/02-03:57:50 AM Z
I am using Arista lith film as in-camera neg., processed in LC1 it yields
continous tone neagtives. The speed is around 1 ASA though. I did write it
up in a little article for PF, do not recall which issue, about 2 years ago.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Young [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2002 11:50 PM
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> Subject: Shooting Ortho/lith film in camera?
> After traveling through the Michigan upper peninsula I've gotten
> inspired to make a wide angle round image camera kind of like the
> hobo but using a 8x10 (178mm) B&L protar 5 lense to get a 18-20"
> circle on 20x24 film. My plan is to make a fixed focus camera quickly
> out of plywood so I can start using the camera soon.
> Since I'm thinking of going for the old time look (and it's much
> cheaper) I want to shoot something like Aristo ortho lith film and
> process it for continuous tones to print with salt, vandyke or pop
> paper. I know ortho won't look exactly like Blue sensitive materials,
> which is ok.
> Where would I find info on how to process for this use?
> Thanks! Jamie Young in Madison, WI
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