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Re: Overexposeure was Re:Pinhole gums

Hey Katharine, David-

Still here-- we were on our way out the door to catch a ferry to get back home, and then our cat managed to hide herself so we couldn't leave. We finally found her hiding in a closet-- anyway-- as far as overexposure-- that is what it sounds like, though I was using the same exposure times as before. So-- since this was without the usual humidity, it couldn't have been overexposure, right?

On Nov 30, 2008, at 2:05 PM, Katharine Thayer wrote:

On Nov 30, 2008, at 10:51 AM, davidhatton@totalise.co.uk wrote:

That's right Katherine. Higher humidity faster printing..What was I thinking??

It just looks that there is some kind of over-exposure thing going on here.., hmmm
Yeah, I know, it's confusing, and I agree that it looks like overexposure, that or possibly (but less likely IMO) pigment stain. I'm trying to work up a flow chart kind of thing that would help us organize what variables and elements we're looking at, because reading back through the thread I found the discussion very confusing. Stay tuned...