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Pinhole photography done with a large negative can be just as detailed as a lens camera of smaller size, but with the benefits of depth of field and time dilation. Cyanotypes are a good match for the resolution of pinhole image.
Another way is to scan a smaller negative into a computer and create an "enlarged" negative to be printed on cyanotype paper with the advantage of allowing adjustments to be made to brightness and contrast, etc. The 'dot' pattern made from a color laser printer or inkjet printer is a good match for the resolution of the cyanotype process.
A color laser printer produces a VERY much better enlarged negative over a standard B&W laser printer. Both density and evenness of tone are improved. For highest resolution or larger negatives use a photo quality inkjet printer on inkjet transparency film.
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