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F295 Historic Process Laminated Reference Card for Black and White Film Developing

B&H # F2HPQSCBWF MFR # 29510
F295 Historic Process Laminated Reference Card for Black and White Film Developing

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Product Highlights

  • Easily Accessible Resource
  • Laminated and Edge Sealed for Durability
  • Inexpensive, Concise and Easy to Follow
  • 8.5 X 11" Double Sided Card
  • Great for Students
  • For Black and White Film Developing
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Historic Process Laminated Reference Card for Black and White Film Developing   is an inexpensive, and easily accessible resource, to help guide their interest and pursuit of historic process photography. They are great for students those getting started with historic process, and for people who love the idea of a durable reference resource. And, because they’re laminated, you can use them next to your sink without fear or worry of ruining them!

Each 8.5 x 11 double sided, laminated card is well organized to demystify the black art of photography's historic processes. With the help of this guide, quickly and efficiently begin making rich and beautiful photographs using centuries-old, hands-on techniques.
 

Each Card Contains the Following:
A Brief History Safety Information
Paper Selection Recommendations
Materials & Necessary Chemistry
How to Prepare the Chemistry
How to Coat and Sensitize the Paper
How to Expose the Print
How to Develop, Fix, & Process
Vendors and Suppliers
Contemporary Reference List
Texts that Available Online
 
Subject Darkroom & retouching, books & tutorials
Pages Laminated
Illustrations Yes
Publisher F-295
Dimensions 8.5 x 11", 21.59 x 27.94cm
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