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Glass Negative Cleaning and Printing


Photo Collection


GLASS NEGATIVE CLEANING AND PRINTING

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

1 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Wearing gloves and using camel’s hair brush, Betty Baker is cleaning emulsion side of glass negative.

2 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Washing plain glass side of negative with water and soap using cotton.

3 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Wiping plain glass side of negative dry.

4 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Glass negative is put on light box to decide density.

5 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Betty Baker putting glass negative on paper to expose it and make a contact print.

6 Fall 1980 3 x 5 1 B&W print none

Final stages of processing print from glass negative.