Jack, This is going to be my last posting, today,
as my brain is knackered with trying to assess what's in it. But ,SAWDUST, I
dont think so. Only Fressonophiles use that and I am not one of
Water squirting garden sprays, not the very fine misters that Judy has said she
has used for Gum, but the ones with a variable nozzle, do the job for me
much better. Direct Carbon emulsions, I have found, need a stronger
squirter than Gum.
I guess yourself like some of us elder fuddy dudies on this List are
retired people of leisure, by now, since we last corresponded. Are you
still into some kind of alt photo image making for yourself? I never did
thank you for the postcard which is still on the mantle shelf.
Later. Grafist aka John -Photographist - London - UK
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Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2007 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: Attn All Fresson
enthusiasts.A message from Pierre Duncan.
And John, you Graphist you, happy to hear your visual voice
How is that sawdust process working out for you these days?
On May2007, at 11:45 AM, John Grocott wrote:
Sorry Jack, Because of the
phrasing I might have given the impression that I believed an emulsion was
screened onto paper in the Fresson/ DC process.
This implication was not
intended but on pondering on it I suppose an emulsion may be applied
this way. From what you've seen of DC prints, if they were similar to the
work of Echague, at least, I would also not think that screening was
Glad you' re still around.
Regards. John - Photographist - London -