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Lesson Plans


Re: photography at the elementary level

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Fran Marze (fmaiu+@pitt.edu)
Mon, 5 Apr 1999 16:08:14 -0400 (EDT)


Can anyone help. I had given to me Daylighter II diffusion transfer
negative paper. Can this be used for anything but the daylighter camera?I
may be outdated. Thanks

On Sun, 4 Apr 1999 Artedsusan wrote:

> I just clipped an an for Poloroids that said you could draw on them. The ad
> wasn't clear just how it worked, but there were a lot of different colored
> pencils and oil pastel looking items in the ad. Susan.
>
>
> In a message dated 3/26/99 10:09:44 PM, lazydog writes:
>
> <<I would get that light sensitive paper that develops in water as an
> introduction to how chemicals can change with exposure and liquids. It would
> also be good to make compositions with different textures. Have them set up
> a composition first and then rearrange it later. Have feathers, keys, cut
> outs, things that have interesting negative space.
> Also Polaroids are fun to mess with. The emulsion can be pushed if they work
> on it right away. Take simple objects, still lifes close up or peoples
> faces. See the work of Lucas Samaras. Have fun.>>
>
>