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Re: solarplate wedgies

The mylar solution sounds like a good one.  The added advantage of replacing the glass with Krene however, is the ability to not only see, but *feel* dust and grit through the plastic that might otherwise go unnoticed.


Jeremy Moore wrote:

There's a long thread over at Hybridphoto.com where Sandy King seems to have come up with a solution. I know that I am getting the newton rings in my prints using the vacuum frame of a NuArc and Clay Harmon spoke up that he's getting them with his Amergraph vacuum frame. I believe Susan said she is getting them with the sheets of Pictorico, but I'm only getting them with the pieces cut down from the "NEW and IMPROVED" (my ass) Pictorico Super Fantastico Ultra (or whatever it's called)--I believe Clay's problem is also stemming from the new rolls.

Here's a link to the thread on HybridPhoto: http://www.hybridphoto.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3013#post3013


On 4/3/07, Christina Z. Anderson <zphoto@montana.net> wrote:
You mean to tell me that even with a vacuum frame you are still having this
as a major problem? Will it never end?  I can feel your pain.  There have
been several times I have felt like giving up. Or, at least, sticking to
busy images with no appreciable large areas of dark.