Re: Carbon Printing and Ultravoilet Light

From: pete ^lt;temperaprint@blueyonder.co.uk>
Date: 04/02/04-08:48:38 AM Z
Message-id: <BC933BD5.5906%temperaprint@blueyonder.co.uk>

Katharine,

I completely agree with your findings, yes there can be honest disagreement
between professional workers.

Incidentally I think your picture of the lilies is one of the most beautiful
gum print's I have ever seen, and that was only the electronic reproduction
the real thing must blow the mind ! I could not do that with Temperaprint.

Pete

> Judy Seigel wrote: (March 24, 2004)
>>
> In fact, I've just done some tests which I am about
>> to scan proving that his Great Gum Pigment Ratio Test of universal acclaim
>> is as wrong as I said it was 298 times. .
>
>
> So did you scan these data and are they somewhere where we can see them?
>
> Anyone unfamiliar with my position on this topic can see it here:
>
> http://www.usask.ca/lists/alt-photo-process/2001/dec01/0238.htm
>
> and more briefly, here:
>
> http://www.pacifier.com/~kthayer/html/stain.html
>
> There will also be an explanation of the basic principles underlying
> this test and how they relate to the practice of gum printing on my page
> on the chemistry of the gum process, coming soon.
>
> This is an issue, like many other issues in gum printing, on which there
> is honest disagreement among honest workers. I can only say what I know
> from my own experience. I respect that others have different opinions; I
> expect the same respect in return.
>
> Back to work,
>
> Katharine Thayer
>
>
Received on Fri Apr 2 08:37:49 2004

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