Hello, all! Over the past few months, I have done some expirements with very long (up to four days so far) exposures of various B&W enlargement papers without development. You can see some of the results here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/53555965@N08/5874827822/
However, the print is still light-sensitive once it is made, so I can't frame, archive, or even look at it without destroying the print (the images from my Flickr were digitally scanned, and much of their contrast has already been lost). Is there some way to reduce or remove this sensitivity (or in other words, to "fix" it)? I'm told that traditional photographic fixer just washes away the halides and lightens the image without fixing.
This is my first post, and I look forward to learning and contributing more in the future. Thanks!