Re: Missdone Cyano

From: Adam. Waterson ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 12/05/04-05:19:40 PM Z
Message-id: <234B26AA-4714-11D9-87D6-000A95BA580A@speakeasy.net>

i try and avoid metal with these chems... u should think about ur
coating method

On Dec 5, 2004, at 6:06 PM, Timo Sund wrote:

>
> I finally got my UV-light unit up and did one testprint. My intention
> was just try out how it could be done wrong or not but read on:
>
> It was diginegative, simply printed on transparent sheet of plastic
> originally meant for back projection of multimedia shows. No fuss with
> various curves or coloursystems just plain inverted negative and was
> printed with HP 840C with cheapest inks on the market.
>
> Negative was printed with UB-A lightsource (=sunlamp) With 4 Philips
> tubes about 45cm above contactframe. Exposure was 45mins
>
> Paper was heavy watercolour paper from Artista and was coated with
> steel puttyknife.
>
> I did whole process just to do quick test and resulting picture that
> came up was as close perfect as I can say.
>
> Direct link to picture is:
> http://palaios.com/assets/images/papintie_syano2004_vknet.JPG
>
>
> --
> Timo Sund
> Palaios Photos
> Finland
> http://palaios.com
>
>
Received on Sun Dec 5 17:19:53 2004

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