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Jasmine is a creation by Graeme Wienand. Category image. Mamiya RB67. Lith Print. 93 points, 26 appreciations, 11 comments, 6 favourites, 770 views, 1 group…

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Average is 3.58 points/appreciation
78 views by artists
692 views by visitors
Equipment Mamiya RB67
Technical Lith Print
Uploaded 21 Nov 2016 at 09:06am
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Lincera, Citizen of the World
Lincera Warm tones, hard shadows, that's the beauty of the process... great result!
21 Nov 2016 at 11:21am
Oleg Ferstein, Art viewer visitor
Oleg Ferstein Great and fascinating work!
21 Nov 2016 at 03:48pm
Roberto De Mitri, Citizen of the World
Roberto De Mitri enchanting lith print work... suggestive, evocative and well made...
21 Nov 2016 at 10:06pm
Claudio Taras, Art viewer visitor
Claudio Taras Very nice work++++!
21 Nov 2016 at 11:54pm
Graeme Wienand, Semi-professional photographer
Graeme Wienand Thank you Lincera, Oleg & Roberto. I agree there is something enchanting about the lith printing process and so unpredictable. Every print will have slightly different tones that can't be replicated. It's a process that defies mastery. Thank you for your comments.
22 Nov 2016 at 12:03am
Graeme Wienand, Semi-professional photographer
Graeme Wienand Thank you Claudio :)
22 Nov 2016 at 12:08am
Jos Letschert, Professional painter
Jos Letschert Beautiful portrait Graeme!
22 Nov 2016 at 10:43am
Claudio Taras, Art viewer visitor
Claudio Taras Which uses chemical for lith?
22 Nov 2016 at 10:51am
Yucel Basoglu, Amateur photographer
Yucel Basoglu SUPERB!
22 Nov 2016 at 01:31pm
Graeme Wienand, Semi-professional photographer
Graeme Wienand Thank you Yucel and Jos :)
22 Nov 2016 at 11:18pm
Graeme Wienand, Semi-professional photographer
Graeme Wienand To CLAUDIO…. Stop bath & fixer are the same as normal b&w printing. However developer is different. Lith developers are high contrast & designed for graphic arts film. Fhotospeed (a UK company) makes one called “LD20 Lith Developer”. It's part A & part B mixed together before use. Development times vary and longer than normal paper development e.g. 5 to 10 minutes and will change as dev becomes exhausted. Judge visually rather than timing it. I find fibre based warm tone papers are better than resin coated papers. So many variables e.g., freshness & strength of developer, exposure time, dev time, all change the tone colour & textured effect of the print. It's very intuitive.
22 Nov 2016 at 11:39pm
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