Re: Paper Negatives and Alt Process
I like your website and am studying your research notes with
interest. I may have specific questions later, but one general
question first: I'm curious why you decided to tackle tricolor
carbon rather than sticking with tricolor gum, since you mention
that you have done tricolor gum in the past.
I was fascinated also with your
On Dec 1, 2007, at 11:41 AM, Andrea Zalme wrote:
It has been a very long time since I last posted to the list, but
discussions concerning the use of paper negatives have prompted me
to say Hi
again. I am a carbon printer and have been using paper negatives in
work for quite some time now. Examples of this work can been seen
Although not labeled as such, most of the images in the Gallery
all of the test examples I have posted in the Articles section have
produced with paper negatives. These have been made with the Epson
5000, and 5500 printers, using a variety of papers and pigments
that I have
been working with.
Based on my own experience, I have found paper negatives to be a very
economical alternative to the more expensive substrates that are
on the market. This is especially true when one is climbing the
learning curves that are part and parcel of some of the alt processes.