Re: Paper negatives
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- Subject: Re: Paper negatives
- From: Guido Ceuppens <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2008 15:26:11 +0200
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I do use 13x19 Epson Pqp (super A3/ super B). I will try to find some
of the paper Loris uses (cad inkjet bond) and try that as well, but if
this paper has to be shipped from outside EU it will be as expensive
the Epson Pqp when bought localy. I believe Henk had a source of
2008/10/12 Laura Valentino <email@example.com>:
> Guido: I agree with you...for that particular paper, the oiling seems like a
> better alternative. 48 mins is much too long for me. Thanks for the test!
> Loris: I went to Epson's website, and they do offer papers in 13x19, but I'm
> sure it's much more expensive than what you're using, and since it works for
> you, you should stick to it. My main reason for experimenting with the Epson
> paper is because I already have a box of it on hand (and I know it prints
> well). Now that the Icelandic krona is taking a nosedive, I have to be
> resourceful. I'm thrilled that the oiled negative worked!
> Katharine: I'll try that with the sodium bisulfite (I got some in a kit I
> ordered once). But I rather like the warm tone on the successful print, so
> I'll leave it alone, as long as it doesn't hurt anything (like cause the
> paper to deteriorate or something).
> About the image: I didn't take that photo myself, it's a self-portrait my
> daughter took. The MySpace generation is getting quite adept at casual self
> portraits...and they don't use anything fancy like tripods or timers. Just
> hold up camera, point and shoot!