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Re: Lighting for Platinum/palladium Alt proc Work Area


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On Jul 28, 2008, at 2:44 AM, Loris Medici <mail@loris.medici.name> wrote:

That's surely a sound advice. On the other hand, all the lightboxes I saw
were using translucent white plexiglass which should be pretty opaque to
UV light... (If I were a lightbox designer, I would definitely add
something into the plastic to filter UV light - since especially color
film is very vulnerable to it and films usually stay for a considerably
long time on the lightbox...)


27 Temmuz 2008, Pazar, 5:28 pm tarihinde, ender100 yazmış:

You can place colored mylar over your lightbox to filter the light so you
don't have to worry about fogging while registering your negatives.

Best Wishes,

Mark Nelson
On Jul 27, 2008, at 8:51:32 AM, "Christina Z. Anderson"
<zphoto@montana.net> wrote:
I also eyeball register over a light box that has fluorescent tubes in it
with nary a problem, but the light from that has to go through thick
and the back of the paper to fog a print and it isn't on the lightbox
enough to matter.