[alt-photo] Re: EBS - Update
ejnphoto at sbcglobal.net
Wed Aug 18 20:35:53 GMT 2010
I used it back in the 80's and then again since they brought it back into a
paper that would once again print for platinum images. I have used both the
white and off white. It prints well.
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Glad to hear you nailed it down but it is so discouraging to have that
I've read that Stonehenge doesn't need an acid pretreatment...maybe others
can verify that.
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Subject: [alt-photo] EBS - Update
> Appreciate all the feedback regarding evil black spots and arches platine.
> While looking for some Somerset Satin in my studio I found another batch
> platine which printed without EBSs so as suspected, it is a problem with
> paper. But I've decided to ban this paper for the most part from my work.
> Looking at the dry-down from the day before yielded 20 wonderful prints,
> with evil black spots. What a waste!
> Marek, great suggestion, I actually picked up some Rising Stonehenge from
> local art store yesterday. Haven't tried it yet, but the smooth surface
> feels similar to the platine and it is a similar color so I'm hoping for
> best. I'm also going to order some Somerset Satin.
> While looking for paper I can across three sheets of a warmer, thinner
> that I had ordered which I can't identify. I've sent a piece to Kerik in
> hopes that he can since it had a post-it note saying Kerik likes this
> No watermark. I did a couple of quick test prints and really liked it, but
> haven't seen them dry.
> Since the pt/pd solution becomes one with the fibers I don't think you
> remove the EBSs without destroying the print, but I could be wrong.
> Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 15:18:56 +0000
> From: Marek Matusz <marekmatusz at hotmail.com>
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> Subject: [alt-photo] Re: Evil Black Spots on Arches Platine
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> Rising Stonehenge is another paper that prints very well in palladium. The
> paper is not very expensive so you might give it a try. Finished prints
> have some texture, which you might or might not like.
> My supply is from two or three years ago and I do not know what the
> "current" production looks like.
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