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In a message dated 4/24/00 1:45:48 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
Just got in an order of books I bought 'cold' from a catalog, and one is
especially intriguing, showing very impressionistic products made from
prints. Evidently when the inner emulsion is still soft, you can score and
otherwise manipulate it. Anyone actually ever DO this?
Jen in Tallahassee
We had the "Poloriod people" come and do an in-service with our teachers. It
covered everything from documenting student assessment to prinmaking with a
seperated (very cool images, but dangerous for little ones) print. When I
was in college a looooong time ago, my photo teacher had us do this as an
assignmment. You can use a stylus to scratch designs in before it finishes
developing. Now they make a special film just for that purpose. Contact
their education dept. for info.
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