''Mouret, mentioning the work of Charles W . Miller writes :
> >> ''Early in the morning, he places a piece of sensitized Fresson paper in
> >> contact with a paper negative outside of the window, and leaves it there
> >> all day long without the least inspection. In the evening, he transfers
> >> the paper into the cold water bath for 4 minutes and then into another
> >> tray containing a mixture of 1 ounce of Javelle water and 3 6 ounces of
> >> ordinary tap water. Now the paper must be watched very carefully, and as
> >> soon as the edges begin to lighten it must be instantly removed and placed
> >> either on a glass or tin plate, or in an empty tray. It may now be
> >> sprayed carefully under the tap, or better with the aid of a rubber hose
> >> carrying a glass or hard rubber tip, to enable the operator to direct a
> >> fine jet of water just at the point where it is momentarily required. The
> >> entire surface must be treated in this fashion, until the desired degree
> >> of density has been reached, whereupon the picture may be hung up for
> >> drying.''
> >> Charles M. Mouret. ''The Fresson Direct Carbon Printing Process'', The
> >> American Annual of Photography. (1929 ) pp 179 -182 ''
In your article on the Carbon Fresson, have you the formula to make the paper Carbon Fresson
Yes or No
Without formula, no value
Date : 01/09/08 16:46:01
Sujet : Re: CArbon Fresson
I do not have a copy of this FRESSON article but I do have a copy of the FRESSON article,
THE FRESSON DIRECT CARBON PRINTING PROCESS by Charles M. Mouret that was
published in The American Annual of Photography, 1929, if it would be of any value to you.
On Jan 9, 2008, at 4:52 AM, Philippe Berger wrote:
Know you this article
"ALENIUS Edward K., The Fresson Process, American Photography, dec. 1934, 7232-738. "
Is it possible to obtain this article ?
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