Richard Rankin Photography
- P.O.P. (Printing Out Paper) - Most modern photographs are printed using an enlarger and then developed - 'developed out' prints. With POP prints such as these, the image appears as you print it using sunlight. The print size is the same as the negative size, so large negatives are generally used. After printing, the print is 'fixed' to stop further development, and often toned for colour change and permanence. The prints resemble albumen prints from the 1800's but are made using a gelatin surface.
Silver rich printing-out-paper, toned in gold chloride. Lens, pre-1900, negative size 8x10
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