Once you've reached a good level of exposer, we take the prints, wash off all the fruit bits and juice with water (darkroom paper is designed to go in liquid) and scan the image on a flatbed scanner. Then it becomes a matter of playing with your colour levels and maybe inverting the image. From the workshop I made two images. The first is a straight forward scan with some colour adjustments.
The next one I got a little more creative in Photoshop.
I got really excited by this, and during the open house at the school the next day, I made a few more in between my other work I had on showcase.
Thanks to Erin for show me and the others this cool technique!
-Larry M. Holder