Assignment: Create a positive print using your pinhole photograph and the enlarger in the darkroom. Dimensions: One 5" x 7" OR 3.5" x 5" print.Criteria: Methods, Tools, and Techniques
Limitations: You must use your pinhole photograph to create your pinhole positive print. Key Vocabulary/Considerations: Positive pinhole: a photographic image made without a camera by placing a pinhole photograph directly onto the surface of a photo-sensitive material such as photographic paper and then exposing it to light.
- Test Strips: Your test strips are informative and neat. You have indicated the f/stop and time of intervals.
- Value/Gradation (EXPOSURE): Using the information you gathered from your successful test strips, you achieved a variety of values in the positive print through your exposure in the darkroom--deep, rich blacks, bright whites, and various grays in between are demonstrated (Remember – the better your negative, the better the positive!).
- Craftsmanship: Your pinhole negative is well crafted with no smudges, stray glue marks, fingerprints or other marks shown on it.
- Paper and negative are lined up successfully, avoiding “cut off” edges