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Sun Oct 12 21:32:29 UTC 2014
I don't think you absolutely have to omit alkaline buffered boards for
mounting cyanotypes; there isn't any way for the alkaline buffer in the
board to reach the cyanotype image that sits on the opposite side of the
mounted paper - even so in the case where the composite is fully submerged
in water; calcium carbonate is practically insoluble...
OTOH, when making cyanotypes, you have to refrain from papers with alkaline
buffer and any alkaline solution during processing.
2014-10-12 23:28 GMT+03:00 Christian Nze <christnze at gmail.com>:
> acid free but not with alcalin reserve.
> 2014-10-12 19:41 GMT+02:00 Geert Hoekstra <ghoekstra at solcon.nl>:
> > I would like to ask how to best frame a print made with gum over
> > Can you use acid free board? For cyanotype this is not recommended, but
> > this
> > is a combination of two processes.
> > Geert Hoekstra
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