Photography Processing a Print Processing a Print Exposed paper is immersed and agitated in: Developer Stop Bath Fixer Processing a Print Set up wet-side materials Set up processing solutions in 4 trays DEVELOPER STOP BATH FIXER WATER Use tongs to lift the paper out of the solutions. Processing a Print DEVELOPER: Immerse the paper in the Developer Slip the exposed paper quickly into the solution, emulsion side up, so the developer covers the entire surface of the print. Make sure paper is fully immersed Gently rock the tray back and forth (agitate) so fresh chemical is continuously brought into contact with the paper’s surface. Processing a Print Use tongs only on the edges of the paper Time developing process from the moment you place the paper in the chemicals. Agitate paper for a full 2 minutes. Drain the paper over the developer tray Processing a Print STOP BATH: Place in STOP Bath tray face up Be careful not to contaminate the developer tong or scratch the surface of your print. Gently agitate the paper in the STOP bath for 30 seconds. Drain paper over STOP bath tray and transfer it to the fixer tray. Processing a Print FIXER: Agitate constantly for 2 minutes Allow the print to remain in the fixer tub for 4 minutes with occasional agitation Processing a Print WASH: Wash the negative for 5 minutes. RC papers do not need hypo-clear or second wash. After washing RC paper Hang to dry from one corner Caution with negatives/prints-emulsion is soft and tacky until they are fully dry.
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