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Debrie 16mm contact printer




no.w.here Debrie contact printer


The most common uses of the contact printer are:

• Creating one light and graded prints
• Internegatives (making a new negative from existing positive material)
• Looping a small amount of footage into a longer print
• Adding text over an image
• Bi-packing two images, for example putting a negative and positive together in the machine and printing onto a third film creating solarisation effects
• Adding filters to a negative
• Printing onto high contrast stock

Learn how to save the expense of commercial labs by making your own 16mm prints from negatives. Experiment with bi-packing, filters or stocks to create new images. no.w.here runs a two day workshop on the optical and contact printers. This is a comprehensive introduction to the equipment. To be able to use the contact printer you must have completed this course and joined no.w.here. Membership is £120 a year. This includes free and subsidised access to other pieces of no.w.here equipment. More details of this can be found under ‘membership’.


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