RE: Lagrange cyanotype
You may try to coat the paper with only solution A and then develop in
solution B (resuable few times) after the exposure...
This is essentially what our TK calls "Cyanotype-Rex" - except for
slightly different solution strengths. I had bad luck with this type of
formula: strange tonal response (flat and grainy midtones, stair-like
H&D curve) + blue stained highlights (maybe you'll find staining is less
by separating solutions).
Why are you trying different formulas? Is that because you have any
problems with traditional or new cyanotype?
From: Stane Kocar [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 1:24 PM
Subject: Lagrange cyanotype
Anybody used Lagrange formula for cyanotype?
I was unable to clear it at all. Maybe someone can help me?