Split grade printing – again

I have written a few posts on split-grade printing before (here and here) but I thought that I would revisit it again in more detail. The reason for this is that I am having some problems with it, so a post like this forces me to re-evaluate what I am doing, starting with the basics … Continue reading Split grade printing – again

Split-grade printing

There is no better way to learn photography skills, and in particular darkroom skills, than copying the style of a photographer or photograph that you much admire. I like many of Robert Adams' photographs. They are in the documentary style and often high key, which makes a nice change from many landscape photos today that … Continue reading Split-grade printing