[Alt-photo] Thin flexible paper for cyanotype

Kurt Nagy kakarott76 at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 16 22:50:00 UTC 2018

You may also look into Kozo paper.  Very thin but extremely durable.
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Clearprint vellum.  Thin, flexible, prints well, and is fairly well-behaved (for a vellum) when it gets wet.

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Hello list members

I�m wanting to make some cyanotypes on a thin flexible paper which I can then adhere to a concave surface, probably using a PVA glue. Wrinkling is fine. Any recommendations?



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