I found out from a friend of mine in San Diego that Gene Nocon died His ” Photographic Printing” was and still is my favorite darkroom book. Books» Reference» Download Photographic Printing by Gene Nocon pdf. Download PDF · Read online. Buy Photographic Printing ✓ FREE SHIPPING . A guide to photographic printing. Using only the equipment and materials already available in the average darkroom, the Nocon method puts top-quality prints.
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The print, for me, must have this study, this feeling of light.
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Last edited by Argentum; 11th May at Please update your billing details here to continue enjoying your subscription. Dec 1, 6. Originally Posted by RH Designs What I’d like to know is why people who routinely hocon happily expose film using the f-stop method think the same techniques applied to paper are somehow difficult or obscure. Click here to see more Tap here to see more Genf here to see more. I took up f-stop printing when Darkroom User produced a chart which is still up in my darkroom.
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His heart huge and sorely missed. Having seen at least some comments I’ll give mine now in relation to the questions I had asked. It makes good business sense.
All times are GMT. Dec 1, 3. Haven’t watched much of it yet, but Gene seemed to have mellowed a bit with age. Right hand to my left!
Want to read more? Find all posts by Mike O’Pray. Whether it I could have done it without is a moot point.
His jokes unique as photograph as badly plaigerized. It was simply a form of “hook” to get you viewing. Interesting video with Gene Nocon: I would point out that the video was made quite a long time ago when people were still wasting their time arguing whether digital was any good. Last edited by Martin Reed; 11th May at The film is, however, a bit long for its content.
His Nocon timer itself revolutionized the darkroom, enabling photographers to deepen their expertise. What I’d like to know is why people who routinely and happily expose film using the f-stop method think the same techniques applied to paper are somehow difficult or obscure. If there was detail in the highlights in the negative then it must have been. He seemed to be saying that had PS been around when the original Beaton print was made then it would have been used in preference to the darkroom as it would have produced a much better print.
I have used pre-flashing occasionally and with Multigrade paper where there was a very wide overall tonal range but not in the finer detail and found it useful. I think the fstop Timer may have saved my darkroom career.
One of my favourite stories he used to share of his meetings with the Royals convention is you do not share these conversations, but to hell with convention!
Please update your billing details here. I have his book and have these words, from there, on my noticeboard. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. I’ve used his gens for around 2 years, and find it extremely useful.
We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. I managed 5mins before I got bored. Find all posts by RH Designs. I read his book on the subject of printing and found it OK. Find all posts by DougHowk. It may be good for rescuing some bad negatives.