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EXPERIMENTAL DARKROOM TECHNIQUES

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Liz Power

on 16 December 2014

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Transcript of EXPERIMENTAL DARKROOM TECHNIQUES

WHY IS EXPERIMENTATION IMPORTANT?
DOUBLE EXPOSURE
CHRISTOFFER RELANDER
PHOTOGRAM
MAN RAY
EXPERIMENTAL DARKROOM TECHNIQUES
EXPERIMENTATION
SOLARISATION
Expose your image as normal
Place your photo paper in the developer as normal
When the image starts to appear, expose the paper to light for a few seconds
Stop, Fix and Wash as normal
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
LESSON AIM:
To explore methods of experimental darkroom printing
LESSON OBJECTIVES:
List the steps in the basic printing process
Name four methods of darkroom experimentation
Produce a minimum of 2 prints using one of the methods of experimentation
ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
AO1= Develop
AO1= EXPERIMENT!!!
AO3= Record
AO4= Present
MAN RAY
SELECTIVE DEVELOPING
Expose your image as normal
Paint or drip developer onto the photo paper
Stop, Fix, Wash as normal
LILLIAN BASSMAN
Sandwich your negatives in the negative carrier on the enlarger
Expose the photo paper to both images at the same time
Develop, Stop, Fix, Wash as normal
Place your negative in the negative carrier on the enlarger.
Before exposing the photo paper, place an object on it to block the light from the enlarger
Develop, Stop, Fix, Wash as normal
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