[Alt-photo] salted paper

Jorj Bauer jorj at jorj.org
Mon Sep 19 23:44:55 UTC 2016

Sounds like you're off to a great start!

So, one of your parents was a train aficionado? I bet modern day train folk would be interested in salt prints of those glass negatives :)

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> On Sep 19, 2016, at 18:30, Suzanne Izzo via Alt-photo-process-list <alt-photo-process-list at lists.altphotolist.org> wrote:
> I can't call myself a salt printer, but who could resist after reading all
> of Christina's posts on salt.
> My father left not only a darkroom full of all kinds of chemicals, but also
> a print shop full of paper.  I began my salt work by trying to find a
> suitable paper and decided on one which is only labeled "Index" on the
> brown paper wrapper.
> I also unearthed in my parents' basement two wooden crates full of glass
> dry plate negatives.  These are what I have been using for my salt
> experiments.  The only date I have found is "new depot Jan. 1, 1913".
> I began by exposing in the shade, but the times were1-2 hours.  My last
> prints were exposed in direct sun which reduced the time to about 10
> minutes.  I now have a few prints that I am quite happy with.  I haven't
> yet tried toning although I actually like the color of the untoned prints.
> I look forward to continuing with this new (to me) process.
> Suzanne Izzo
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