Re: haunted VDB
This is a long shot but when you said stored in a portfolio did you mean an archival storage box (non-buffered) or a photographer's portfolio with plastic protected pages?
I noticed a duller brown after a night of dry down when using older VDB (made over 4 months previous).
Is there another paper you have printed on which hasn't displayed the graying?
Would you be able to scan or photograph a fresh VDB and one that has shifted after 20 days and post them to a web page?
Are you re-using the same trays for different processing steps or do you dedicate one tray for each of the clearing fixing steps?
-francis schanberger, online doctor of VDB prints
On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:18 AM, <C.Breukel@lumc.nl> wrote:
The silver image of VDB is said to be quite vulnerable to attack (by say