There may be movement during your exposure. Simplify your developing process so you can figure out how your process is affecting the result. Fix your hologram by exposing it to a 100 watt lightbulb for 30 seconds instead of a fixer. Wash in water for upto 5 minutes, then 70% IPA, then 99% IPA.Zeta wrote:Came back with nothing.
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What I got
30mindark 1minfixer 5minwater 1min59% 1min84% 3min99% dry hotgun
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Touch your plate to the subject of the hologram, so if there is movement, then everything will move together.
Don't try to have your plate "hover" above your subject. Try simply placing your plate (emulsion side down) on a pile of screws. Let it settle for 5-10 minutes, then turn on the laser (preferably remotely). Aim for a 5x5cm hologram to start, which should need only 2-4 minute exposure time, depending on how much light is being lost.
Try to strike the plate at brewser's angle (56 degrees) to minimise reflection. You can find this angle experimentally by observing the amount of light being reflected onto a wall.