Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 4, 1976 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, March 4, 1976
Page 15
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Thurs., March 4, Iflt CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE (·onions I j|uor\ljul Hillside Center 11th Avenue and 25th Street NORTHERN COLORADO'S LARGEST DISCOUNT LIQUOR SUPERMARKET PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU WED., MAR 10,1976 CANADIAN LORD CALVERT TEN HIGH Straight Bourbon Half Gallon $7 99 SEAGRAMS BENCHMARKBOURBON JIM BEAM Straight Bourbon VODKA|s D co tc Dh »O19 3 GORDON'S GIN Quart DAVIES COUNTY Straight Bourbon!!'!!. ,$T69 JAMES E. FOXE Canadian Whiskey BLACK VELVET Canadian Whiskey 99 CUTTY SARK SCOTCH 99 New Wines from Napa Valley, California FREEMARK ABEY $499 RED TABLE WINE · L Dry Creek $099 ROSE of CABERNET SAUVIGNON M L KIRSHBERRY Danish Cheriy Wine MATEUS Rose or White $029 Fifth £m BEER FALSTAFF. tJtQQ OLD MILWAUKEE " OT 24/12 oi. ret. bottles plus deposit BLACK LABEL 24/1.2 07. N/R Bottles LOWENBRAU 24/1201. N/R bottles Light or Dark Paul Masson CRACKLING ROSE SEVEN-UP COKE 32 oz. Bottle 4/*l 00 plus deposit Wandering photographer by Paul Moloney Are you tired of making continuous tone photographs.. If so, try a change of pace and produce some high contrast pictures such as "Generation Gap," which I made of an urban redevelopment project in Los Angeles a few years ago. The conversion of "Generation Gap" from continuous tone to high contrast was quite simple. I made the original negative on panchromatic film and developed it in the normal manner. This continuous tone negative wii"S then used as a mask to make a high contrast positive on orthochromatic litho film which was developed in a standard litho developer. The next step was to take the high contrast positive and use it as a mask to make a high contrast negative. Again the film was developed in the litho chemistry. The high contrast negative result was then used to make the final black and white print at the right. I used red opaquing fluid to eliminate lines and blemishes on both the litho positive and negative films. That was all there was to it. Now there are more sophisticated high contrast procedures, and these are termed "toneline" processes. The simplest of these employs the positive and negative results made in the procedure described above. The positive and negative are sandwiched together in registration and bade to back. When one holds the sandwiched films in front of light, one cannot readily discern the image. This sandwich is then placed on top a fresh piece of litho film and held in firm contact by a piece of glass or in a contact print frame. The light source is placed at a 45-degree angle to the film. Either the light source or print frame is then rotated during the exposure. The result is a high contrast negative with very thin lines created by light penetrating between the litho nega live-positive mask. In several instances the toneline results are more pleasing than the elementary high contrast results. Once a person becomes familiar with the basic toneline process, he can graduate to more complicated toneline procedures in which either lines or dots dominate the photograph. To accomplish either a line or dot toneline, the photographer first makes a continuous tone litho positive to sandwich with the original continuous tone negative or vice versa. The two (positive and negative) are then sandwiched together to form a mask to make a rntyi contrast negative. The continuous tone litho film is developed in highly diluted paper developer (one part of stock developer to at least six parts of water). The "linear" toneline emerges when the photographer begins the process with a negative (or positive) that is contrasty in tone gradation (tonal values bunched up at the ends of the spectrum). BackJit subjects are good for linear tonelines. The "dotted" toneline is a result of beginning with a negative (or positive) that is flat in tone gradation (tonal values bunched up in the middle of the spectrum). A third type of toneline, one with both lines and dots, will be produced when a negative (or positive) with the full range of tones is used at the beginning of the process. (The original negative (or positive) covers the full spectrum from black to white tones.) The time to fool around with the toneline process is an evening like Wednesday when snow discourages one from going out. + 4. + Two photographic events of note are rapidly approaching. The Eastman Kodak spectacular "Profile 76" will be shown at the Greeley West High School auditorium four limes March 14-16. Free tickets are available at The other event is the annual any Greeley bank. Colorado Council of Camera Starting times are 2:30 and Clubs convention March 18-20 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 14; Arapahoe Community College. 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 15, 5900 S. 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GREELEY MALL Highway 34 By-Pass at 23rd Avenue Open 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 12 nnnn In 5 p.m. Sunday PHONE 356-2000

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