Dave Eichinger is a photography professor at San Diego City College, teaching everything from B&W intro to advanced studio portraiture. His specialties (and the courses his students seem to enjoy the most) involve working with infrared film, toy cameras, pinhole cameras, and creating images he refers to as "pseudo-platinum" (soft, warm silver prints that have a look and 'feel' of platinum). Outside the classroom, he is passionate about melding photography with travel. He teaches an annual summer travel course to Europe (this year, northern Italy) followed-up with six weeks of portfolio production at San Diego City College.
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Hello Dave, I have found some luminos charcoal classic paper, and was wondering would this paper be acceptable for the psuedo process. I want to use this process for my final in photography this semester. Thank you, Manson Collins
Hi Manson, That may be an excellent paper for this, but it may depend upon its age and any potential fogging. The only way to know is try it. :-) Let me know how it goes. This is all very subjective and you may love the results, even (especially?) if it is fogged. Good luck,
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