Re: digital film

From: Jack Fulton ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 12/08/04-09:40:02 AM Z
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If you are intending to use this digital negative for making b/w prints
on conventional fiber or RC papers, then the Epson backlight material
is reasonable and works fine. The difficulty in using it for other
historical processes such as cyanotype or VanDyke is that it
effectively blocks the UV light.
Jack Fulton

On Dec 8, 2004, at 4:25 AM, maria ahlberg wrote:

I would like to ask what kind of transparant film is best for printing
out a black and white digital negative?
Maria Ahlberg, Sweden
Also where to find pencels for gum printing!
Received on Wed Dec 8 13:12:55 2004

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