Réf. : An introduction and a question

From: philippe berger ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 12/18/04-10:57:24 AM Z
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Hi Patrick,
I am also in Belgium (Liège)
I am writting a book in French on the oilprint process on watercolor process
(the exact name is the Rawlins Process)
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De : alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
Date : Saturday, December 18, 2004 15:21:07
A : alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
Sujet : An introduction and a question
Hi everyone,
I just subscribed so I think a short introduction is in order :
My name is Patrick Jan Van Hove, I'm a large format photographer from
Brussels, Belgium, and I am currently experimenting with various printing
methods mainly in response to the fact that I moved and do not have a
darkroom at home, so I need a process that can be done without a darkroom...
And now for my first question :
I'm experimenting with oilprint process, and was wondering if
factory-gelatin-seized watercolor paper can be used sucessfully in oilprint,
without having to add an additionnal gelatin coating to the paper.
Thanks for your help !
Received on Sat Dec 18 10:57:45 2004

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