How make multiple exposures with pins register

ciao ragazzi!

Today I’ll try to solve a problem!

Yes, you understood correctly!

Have you ever tried to make contact prints with multiple exposures using the same negative? For example the bichromate printing process?

Surely you will have invented everything to put back the correct position of the paper-negative combination, holes, tweezers, adhesive tape, etc. etc.

Today I propose a solution, that is, two convenient plastic pins to be placed on the paper and on the negative, which coincide perfectly with two other metal pins present on the frame of your press.

simple and practical!

watch the video to know how

You can find the contact print frame here:

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