[Alt-photo] PAPER QUESTION FOR TWO PROCESSES
dspector at charter.net
Sat Sep 2 23:03:11 UTC 2017
Bob, it's been my experience that none of those papers require any acidification for Pt/Pd, though I haven't used recent batches of Cranes Cover or Revere. Of all of those, my preferred paper is HPR (though I find it behaves better with some Tween).
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I am about to do some extensive testing of some papers. My question is regarding two different processes; Cyanotype and Pt/Pd printing: with which, if any of the following papers have you found it necessary to treat them in acid to remove buffers before use in these two processes? I believe each of the manufacturers say that their papers are not buffered but "One never know, do one?" I am most concerned about the results with Cyanotype.
Hahnem hle platinum rag
Arches Platine (either weight)
Cranes Cover 90 lb wove
Thanks in advance...
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