Digital Contact Film
Fotospeed DIGITAL CONTACT FILM 160μm micron is an instant dry film for printing onto with an inkjet printer. Normally a negative image is printed onto the film and then this can be placed onto a sheet of real black and white paper in the darkroom with a piece of glass above to keep it flat. It can then be exposed to light to create a positive genuine silver gelatin print. Such a negative can also be used for alternative processes such as Cyanotype. Furthermore there is no reason why a colour negative could not be made and contacted onto Fuji Crystal Archive, Kodak Endura or any other RA4 colour negative material to create a C-Type Print. We would suggest under these circumstances the use of a colour enlarger as the light source so that filtration and colour balance can be altered. Results would definitely be 'interesting'.