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Re: Flattening Paper (was Seeking Information on 2 problems with Gumprocess)
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Do you meant that the gelatin is on the plexi -- then paper on
top -- ? And, how does this prevent curling when you dry it
John Grocott wrote:
First, I always apply my paper to a sheet of sandpapered
Plexiglass witha brushed 10% Gelatine solution. The multiple coatings
can be made with the paper held down this way and finally snapped off
when finished and dried.
It works for me.
Good Luck. John - Photographist - London - UK