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  1. panzershreck

    panzershreck TPF Noob!

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    accidentally left an unexposed test strip under a bag, turned on the light (white light), found it later, developed it, thought "meh" so i left it out without using the stop bath, after awhile thought "that's not so bad", so i finished it

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    wow, i really like how this has turned out.. do you have a bigger resolution i can take a look at?
     
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    wow! that is suprisingly sharp for what it is... that is a very interesting blooper :) ... are you thinking of taking this further and maybe creating more things with this technique? ... what if you used stencils to block the light off certain areas?
     
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    yeah might as well, definitely going to try some ideas next time i get into the darkroom using various other objects as well as ways of moving the chemicals around on the surface and times for leaving this stuff out instead of stopping or fixing
     

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