Months and months ago i made a 16 x 16 lith print on a sheet of Afa MCC 118 paper which turned out perfect. I plan on framing it and (hopefully) getting it into the Harris Museum open exhibition which is where "artists" in and around the Preston area get to submit a piece of their work for display in the museum.
Meanwhile i have literally spent the past two months trying to get this print scanned. Big print and small scanner is not a good combination. I am using an Epson V500 to scan with and i will take a sheet of A4 size paper, so i'm having to scan the print in several separate sections. The problem comes when trying to stitch them together in Photoshop. I have been having computer issues lately (its getting old and i think i just need to wipe it an reinstall everything again) and so Photoshop keeps having a sulk whenever i try and do anything with large files. It's a shame really as the negative i made the print of is one of my favourite ones to print, i love everything about the image; plus, it works great in lith.
Anyway, in the end got so fedup im decided to relith it using some smaller paper (7 x 7 Orwo BN 118 to be exact) and post it here and on Flickr. So here it is, finally online: