Re: Help! Pt/Pd probs
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David's Hatton's reply gave me a thought. Maybe my frame is too close
to the tube's?
Maybe the corrugations were because of the proximity of the tubes?
They certainly ran in the same direction.
I built my pizza oven myself following the directions in The New
Platinum Print book (Carl Reese & ???). A friend wired it for me.
Loris how do I increase humidity?
On 07/07/2009, at 12:35 AM, Don Bryant wrote:
FWIW, I tried this idea. For me it really didn't help and caused
the paper, but I had a pretty tight frame to begin with. The best
is to use a vacuum frame though I doubt Jon has the time to
From: BOB KISS [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, July 06, 2009 10:23 AM
Subject: RE: Help! Pt/Pd probs
Another alternative is to use some of that very thing yellow soft
material that is used for packing. It is around 1/16th inch
compresses where you don't need it and adds some pressure where you
it between the back of your coated paper and the "door" of the frame.
From: Don Bryant [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, July 06, 2009 10:10 AM
Subject: RE: Help! Pt/Pd probs
To help improve flatness of the paper and negative sandwich I use a
Another problem persists though .
4 ply black mat board in my contact printing frames. It is cut the
dimensions as the inside of the frame. More than likely this will help
flatten things nicely.
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