You may want to look into a process I dubbed the Phoenix Process. It is based
exactly on the concept of using paper negaitves (667 or 57 type film) and
elaborating them into transparent negatives that can be printed onto standard
photographic papers at whatever enlargement ratio one wishes.
I could post a copy of the article on this list (and will if there is enough
demand) but you can get a copy of it by doing this:
1. address an e-mail message to: RITPHOTO@rit.edu
2. in SUBJECT: line state this: article-phoenix$txt
3. in message body say: send please
4. send message
I would like to hear of reactions to this possibly unusual way to exploit the
visual qualities of what may very well be a novel derivative process.
Andy Davidhazy, firstname.lastname@example.org