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Fresh dry-plate direct positive tests.  Rolleicord IIb + plate adapter.

Fresh dry-plate direct positive tests.  Rolleicord IIb + plate adapter.

Dry plate direct positive test.

Dry plate direct positive test.

Direct positive dry plate studies.  16, 24 and 32 minute exposures.

Another direct positive dry-plate with a hand-made emulsion.  The gelatin was quite soft so has lifted in a few places.  Blackened with enamel paint on the back of the glass.

Another direct positive dry-plate with a hand-made emulsion.  The gelatin was quite soft so has lifted in a few places.  Blackened with enamel paint on the back of the glass.

First successful dry-plate direct positive. (Faded later, not fixed enough)

First successful dry-plate direct positive. (Faded later, not fixed enough)

First attempt to produce a positive dry plate image.  This bleaching effect is only temporary so a better process is in the works.

First attempt to produce a positive dry plate image.  This bleaching effect is only temporary so a better process is in the works.

Waverley Station and Calton Hill from Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion Dry Plate.

Waverley Station and Calton Hill from Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion Dry Plate.

Under the Regent’s Bridge, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion dry plate.

Under the Regent’s Bridge, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion dry plate.

Hand coated half plate using a home-made salt-water emulsion.   Two minute exposure in bright sunlight.

Hand coated half plate using a home-made salt-water emulsion.   Two minute exposure in bright sunlight.

Cyanotype print before and after tea toning.

Cyanotype print before and after tea toning.

Carey Lane, City of London.  Medium format cyanotype contact print.

Carey Lane, City of London.  Medium format cyanotype contact print.

Fresh dry-plate direct positive tests.  Rolleicord IIb + plate adapter.

Fresh dry-plate direct positive tests.  Rolleicord IIb + plate adapter.

Dry plate direct positive test.

Dry plate direct positive test.

Direct positive dry plate studies.  16, 24 and 32 minute exposures.

Another direct positive dry-plate with a hand-made emulsion.  The gelatin was quite soft so has lifted in a few places.  Blackened with enamel paint on the back of the glass.

Another direct positive dry-plate with a hand-made emulsion.  The gelatin was quite soft so has lifted in a few places.  Blackened with enamel paint on the back of the glass.

First successful dry-plate direct positive. (Faded later, not fixed enough)

First successful dry-plate direct positive. (Faded later, not fixed enough)

First attempt to produce a positive dry plate image.  This bleaching effect is only temporary so a better process is in the works.

First attempt to produce a positive dry plate image.  This bleaching effect is only temporary so a better process is in the works.

Waverley Station and Calton Hill from Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion Dry Plate.

Waverley Station and Calton Hill from Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion Dry Plate.

Salted paper print.  Five hour exposure.

Salted paper print.  Five hour exposure.

Under the Regent’s Bridge, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion dry plate.

Under the Regent’s Bridge, Edinburgh.  Salt-water emulsion dry plate.

Hand coated half plate using a home-made salt-water emulsion.   Two minute exposure in bright sunlight.

Hand coated half plate using a home-made salt-water emulsion.   Two minute exposure in bright sunlight.

Cyanotype print before and after tea toning.

Cyanotype print before and after tea toning.

Carey Lane, City of London.  Medium format cyanotype contact print.

Carey Lane, City of London.  Medium format cyanotype contact print.

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