How Do You Develop A Photo Using Blueprint Paper And Windex?
A shallow container that is about the dimensions of the photo you’re developing works best. Place the rack on top of the container. This will keep the photo for getting wet and allow the Window vapor to start developing the photo.
I use these methods when I want to take my photos on the black background
You can develop a photo using Windex as a transfer chemical. The process won’t work with negatives, but you can transfer existing photos to blueprint paper. This kind of photo developing will produce a purple-blue print. Use blueprint paper that is designed for ammonia diazo machines. Pour about one inch of Windex into the bottom of a container. A shallow container that is about the dimensions of the photo you’re developing works best. Place the rack on top of the container. This will keep the photo form getting wet and allow the Windex vapor to start developing the photo. Set the blueprint paper on a movable, flat surface. Make sure that the sensitive side faces up. Position the photo face down onto the blueprint paper. A black and white photo works best. Cover the photo and the paper with a piece of clear glass. Put the blueprint paper and the photo in direct sunlight for about four to five minutes, leaving it between the glass and the flat surface. Put the blueprint paper on top of