No joking here... honestly. I do like Chinese take-away food, and the particular restaurant provides me with free paper negative processing trays.
Right... let's talk about size. Size matters, doesn't it?
My next step in photography was supposed to be large format and it was. I obtained a LF studio camera for a decent (still high) price. For further adventure, I decided to also get a more portable view camera. Ebay-fate decided that my portable camera would be a Ihagee-Photoklapp Patent-Duplex. Anyway, talking about size, we need to consider 12x9cm. Although this size is considered "large format", it still feels somewhat small, in particular when having the developed paper negatives in hand.
Speaking of paper negatives, they look real good, however, the paper I used shows a lot of structure and even maker's marks and is therefore not suitable for contact prints.
|left to right: caffenol - water stop - fix - wash|
The paper negatives scanned:
|f/11 - 1s @ ISO 6|
|f/4.5 - s/4 @ ISO 6|
For you technical guys out there, I was using grade 4 matte paper.
OK, I owe you digital photos of the scenes, which I took with my Pentax Q and the 01 standard prime.
|Pentax Q, 8.5mm f/8|
|Pentax Q, 8.5mm f/1.9|
You will notice, there is much more drama in the large format photos.