Photodevelop Essay

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Photodevelop



Before making large prints, a contact print is usually made. This is a sheet of print
paper showing a positive of the pictures you have taken. The photographer can then see
which pictures he/she would want to develop. A contact print is made by placing a sheet
of printing paper on a flat table, while red lights are on, then laying your negatives on
top of it. Next a piece of clear glass is placed on top of the sheet and light should be
shown on it for at least eight seconds. The exposed print is placed in a tray filled with
developer for about one minute, followed by the stop bath, then the fixer for five
minutes.


Larger prints can be made by inserting one negative in the enlarger and exposing the paper
underneath of it to light. The development process is the same as the contact prints.





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