Use commercial blueprint paper for photographic fun. Blueprint paper is inexpensive, easy to process at home, and does not require a darkroom or any special equipment. While almost anyone can make a blueprint image, the real challenge lies in composing an image that takes advantage of blueprint paper’s unique qualities and characteristics. Main site here and the gallery is stunning.
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I messed with this myself but not with blueprint paper, I used water develop photogram paper. About the same results, but without the fumes. I posted the results on my Flickr page. Quite fun, if you have the time. Mine took seven days to expose! Would have been less time except that the lens was only 3.5. BTW, the camera format was 120.
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