[Alt-photo] Re: buffer free paper

Mullen, Kathleen D - WHS Kathleen.Mullen at wisconsinhistory.org
Tue Dec 10 03:41:33 UTC 2013

I've had the most success for  cyanotype with Crane's platinotype, which I can get at my local "Artist's and Craftsmen" art supply store. I ran fairly extensive testing with a friend on every type of paper we could get our hands on, and we were both the most pleased with the Crane's. 

 Haven't done platinotype so I can't comment. 

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Subject: [Alt-photo] buffer free paper

Just wondering if anyone has suggestions on unbuffered paper for
platinum and cyanotype processes. I do not want to do the
acidification step to remove buffers at this point. Any suggestions?
If you live in the Toronto area and know who stocks it even better as
I am a bit pressed for time.


Peter Friedrichsen

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