|I have, Keith. I did an experiment a while ago that I photographed. I put it on my website here:|
Feel free to draw your own conclusions, or not :)
On Oct 28, 2009, at 7:23 AM, Keith Gerling wrote:
"BTW, it's not a good idea to keep the coating solution (gum/pigment +
dichromate) for a day. You'll get "dark effect". Just mix enough for
Loris, have you actually observed "dark effect" in wet emulsion? I'm skeptical whether is actually exists.
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 8:18 PM, Jeremy Moore <email@example.com>
Our own clay harmon worked out a great method for working with it that
requires only a single coat with no more palladium solution required
than the same size print on cot-320. you add 1/4 of the emulsion again
in distilled h2o (so 18 drops palladium and 18 drops of ferric for an
8x10 is extended with 9 drops of h2o), after coating let it sit for 60
seconds, blow dry it to bone dry, then let it sit for to come back up
to ambient humidity--or you could just use a humidifier at this point.
the surface has a velvety depth that is just stunning.
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 7:51 PM, Marek Matusz <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I would have never thought to use that paper for palladium. It seems it
> would soak a lot of sensitizer. The print is a gem.