Nicole Caldwell Photo

Monolake Negatives, Positives, Film

Shooting the now not made anymore Fuji 100fpc pack film, one that delivers a “polaroid” for immediate results before shooting film.  Along with the positive, you can get a negative, with the help of some glass, and bleach gel. Here’s the Step by Step:

Photographed with the 4×5 view camera and a polaroid back, On location in Monolake.

  1. cut negative
  2. tape negative side down on glass, cover all edges to avoid bleach on negative front

3.Use

4. Remove black paste on back of negative, then rinse with water

5.The negative!

positive print