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Re: Carbon on glass with back exposure

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Thanks Marek!

A question about exposure: how sensitive is the process to exposure
variations? How did you calibrate your negatives for the process? How do
you manage to decide the correct exposure time? What is your procedure? Do
you use a light integrator?


28 Haziran 2008, Cumartesi, 11:31 pm tarihinde, Marek Matusz yazmış:
> Carbon on Glass (Back Exposure).
> ...
> Walk outside, remove the top black cover and expose. 1-2 minute of direct
> sun is a good start for testing.
> ...