Re: contact frame question

From: Jeff Sumner ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/02/05-09:29:02 PM Z
Message-id: <EEFEF3AC-4F85-4531-94C4-2618C9401CAE@mindspring.com>

I made mine from plate glass from a hardware store, and a couple
notebook binders folded in half (For registration). Duct tape holds
everything together.

POP is the media, with 4x5 negatives.
Works. A bit of a pain, but it was... 3$?

JD
On Jul 2, 2005, at 1:08 PM, Nick Zentena wrote:

> On Saturday 02 July 2005 12:25, Eric Maquiling wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>> I am poor :) but I know I will eventually get an 8x10 or 11x14
>> contact
>> frame later on when I get my 8x10 camera. However, I want to start
>> practicing on smaller negs (6x6 and 6x9's and some Polaroid posi/
>> negs).
>>
>> Could I just use my contact printing thing that I use to make contact
>> sheets from 35mm and 120 film. You know those things with glass
>> on a hinge
>> and foam on the bottom. Trying to figure out how I can lift the
>> glass and
>> see the process happening (I'll be doing Van Dykes for now).
>>
>
>
> If you aren't in a rush 8x10 contact frames go cheap on Ebay.
> Mine was $10 or
> so. It's a Kodak Canada frame. At least that's what I remember.
> Often called
> "old picture frames" by Ebay sellers. I've bought three different
> sizes on
> Ebay. 4x5,5x7 and 8x10. Two were labeled picture frames. The worse
> one needed
> a little wood glue. The other two didn't even need dusting. None
> cost me more
> then $10 plus shipping.
>
> Smaller contact frames often go no bid. 2x3" or so.
>
> Nick
>
Received on Sat Jul 2 21:29:13 2005

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