Re: Glossy Kallitypes
Solarization is normally caused by over-exposure in the shadows. Do you have any means of measuring the density of your negatives? If so, what is Dmin (shadow density) and Dmax (maximum shadow density)?
At 4:38 PM -0400 5/28/07, dhowk wrote:
I've experimented with Kallitypes on glossy or semi-glossy paper, but have solarization problem. With COT-320 & other watercolor papers, gold-toning before fixing seems to control solarization, but not on glossy paper. I've been using Sodium Acetate or Sodium Citrate as developers with tartaric acid & Potassium Dichromate as additives.