Photographers' Formulary Select Contact Print Frame (8 x 10")

BH #PH72030 • MFR #07-2030
Photographers' Formulary
Key Features
  • Solid 2" Ash Wood Frame
  • Swing Arm Locking Mechanism
  • Window is 1" Larger than Print
  • Museum-Grade Glass
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Whether you're making cyanotypes, sun prints, or other alternative processes that use a contact printing frame, the 8 x 10" Select Contact Print Frame from Photographers' Formulary is an ideal choice to make your personalized work. The frame is made of a solid 2" ash wood with a felt-lined 1/2" plywood that is hinged, so it can be easily removed from the frame. By placing the material against the museum-grade glass, positioning the felt-lined backing, and closing it with the swing arm locking mechanism, it keeps the print completely flat for exposure to light. To ensure complete exposure of the material, the glass is one inch larger all around than the print.
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Photographers' Formulary 07-2030 Overview

Whether you're making cyanotypes, sun prints, or other alternative processes that use a contact printing frame, the 8 x 10" Select Contact Print Frame from Photographers' Formulary is an ideal choice to make your personalized work. The frame is made of a solid 2" ash wood with a felt-lined 1/2" plywood that is hinged, so it can be easily removed from the frame. By placing the material against the museum-grade glass, positioning the felt-lined backing, and closing it with the swing arm locking mechanism, it keeps the print completely flat for exposure to light. To ensure complete exposure of the material, the glass is one inch larger all around than the print.

UPC: 675152072030

Photographers' Formulary 07-2030 Specs

Format8 x 10" / 20.3 x 25.4 cm
Image Area Size9 x 11" / 22.9 x 27.9 cm
Material of ConstructionAsh wood
Plywood
Glass
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14 x 12 x 2"
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