[alt-photo] Re: Coating Silver Chloride Paper - Similar to AZO?

Francesco Fragomeni fdfragomeni at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 18:41:11 GMT 2012

Don, thanks for the reference. I've seen his website before but not spent
much time on it. I'll check it out again. I'm looking specifically to
replicate AZO and Lodima which to my understanding is possible. There is a
workshop at George Eastman House coming up which provides instruction like
what I'm looking for so I'm thinking about going to that. I wonder if
anyone here has done that workshop in the past?


I'll post on DBI in a separate post as I'd like to keep this one on track.


On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 11:33 AM, Ken Sinclair <photo1 at telusplanet.net>wrote:

> Francesco,
> Would you like to share any info/advice you may have received on DOB
> with a green safelight?
> Ken
> On 10-Mar-12, at 11:24 AM, Francesco Fragomeni wrote:
>   Hi all,
>> I spent some time this week looking at some of the most amazing prints on
>> AZO and Lodima paper I've ever seen. I am well aware that Lodima is
>> available through Michael and Paula but the alt-process junkie inside of
>> me
>> is curious about what is involved with making and coating one's one silver
>> chloride paper. I've read accounts on some of the forums about people
>> fixing regular enlarging paper and making silver chloride paper from it.
>> I'm wondering what the results of this looks like and how it compares to
>> AZO and Lodima. Also, I've read that making a silver chloride emulsion is
>> actually quite simple (completely relative) and that people have
>> successfully replicated AZO-like emulsions on their own. Can anyone speak
>> to this?
>> Thanks,
>> Francesco
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