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Re: Paper for Palladium

The Southworth resume paper is not bad at all. It will make a nice single coat palladium print. It does have a watermark and the surface texture could be annoying to some. For doing it on the cheap, it is not bad. BTW, this is the same paper that Alan Greene recommends for calotype work in his 'Primitive Photography' book.

On Nov 19, 2006, at 12:56 PM, Brian Casey wrote:

                I am just getting back into PT/PD printin. In the past I have used Crane's
        Kid finish White and Ecru for my paper. However I have been unable to find any
        locally. I have found another paper at a Staples made by Southworth. It is called
        "Exceptional resume paper". It is 100% cotton and supposedly acid and lignin free.
        It comes in ivory and white.
                I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this material? Thanks
        in advance.
        Brian Casey