[Alt-photo] Re: Stochastic screening in Gum
remko at degraaff.biz
Sat Dec 7 09:35:51 UTC 2013
What is your goal Peter?
I use both technics, gumprinting and polymer photo gravure and don't see the
I actually think the gum print will be more grainy.
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Verzonden: zaterdag 7 december 2013 9:21
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Onderwerp: [Alt-photo] Re: Stochastic screening in Gum
I think Steven Livik may have done, it's in his manual IIRC.
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> On 6 Dec 2013, at 11:21 pm, Peter Friedrichsen
<pfriedrichsen at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Has anyone applied a stochastic screen to gum printing? This is a half
tone technique that uses dot frequency to emulate color/greyscale. The
smaller the dot size, the more photographic the rendition. My UV box
generates diffuse UV light so I think that may not be as effective as a more
point sourced arc type UV lamp.
> Has anyone done anything like this before? I was wondering what the
minimum dot size that could be realized from a contact negative?
> Peter Friedrichsen
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