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Pure Palladium print on 8.5x11 Bergger COT320 paper, soft focus VPK Meniscus Achromat lens.
 
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Hi! The post flashing helps this paper to increase the range as it is UV & Blue/Green sensitive so this will help where some difference in sky/clouds to separate & also as the paper is so slow ISO 1 - 3!!
It helps putting some detail into the shadows.
I use a 250V - 15 watt oven lamp as a point source light rigged to a timer & just prior to development I give it a few secs. zap
Here you have a nice explanation from Joe Cleave who lives in Albuquerque in US. Enjoy!
 

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Hi! The post flashing helps this paper to increase the range as it is UV & Blue/Green sensitive so this will help where some difference in sky/clouds to separate & also as the paper is so slow ISO 1 - 3!!
It helps putting some detail into the shadows.
I use a 250V - 15 watt oven lamp as a point source light rigged to a timer & just prior to development I give it a few secs. zap
Here you have a nice explanation from Joe Cleave who lives in Albuquerque in US. Enjoy!


Thanks!

So dim bulb and a few seconds. Can this be achieved by using an enlarger stopped all the way down and turned on for a second or two?
 

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I'm always fascinated by design details that we see in objects all around us.
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Great shot Macfred, I always admire the wide range of tones in your pictures
 
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