RE: Arches Platine

From: Monnoyer Philippe ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/19/04-09:59:52 AM Z
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Yes very low RH% in my darkroom indeed. It is 37%. But it has always been like that.
For chrysotype this is a problem, but for palladiotype (Lithium double salt) it is OK.
A reason of my problem might be the RH% of the paper itself before coating ... to be checked.



-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 16:51
Subject: Re: Arches Platine

I wonder if it another face of the humidity issue. Is the humidity very
low in your studio now? I have seen drop in Dmax when printing in very low
humidity and heat drying paper.
> Hello,
> Yesterday I experienced a problem with my palladiotype recipe. In a first
> approach, it is hard to guess what could cause it. I have a new pack of
> Arches Platine paper. Did one of you have problems recently with this
> paper ?
> I had less contrast and more image loss in water than usual.
> Thanks,
> Philippe
Received on Mon Jan 19 10:08:07 2004

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