Re: octopus Tempura and hardened gelatine batter

From: Judy Seigel ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/30/04-12:23:16 AM Z
Message-id: <Pine.NEB.4.58.0401300121150.23597@panix3.panix.com>

I didn't mean to suggest that similar color isn't possible by other means,
(although the following seems rather complex) only that POP can have other
colors than mentioned.

J.

On Fri, 30 Jan 2004, Ryuji Suzuki wrote:

> > makes a warm brown with pinkish highlights.
> > that many consider sublime. (And so do I.)
>
> I guess there's no single answer unless I do side-by-side comparison
> myself, but I can get warm brown-to-orange-to-pink image by enlarging
> onto Fortezo, developed in warm tone developer with good agitation,
> pulled slightly prematurely, and toned in selenium-polysulfide
> combination toner. The shadow area cools rapidly but it comes back
> warm brown soon after as the polysulfide takes over. Wider range of
> hues from shadow to highlight is possible with this paper in dilute
> Kodalith developer plus 10g/L sodium sulfite (no infectious
> development but there will be the same lith color) without toning.
>
> --
> Ryuji Suzuki
> "Reality has always had too many heads." (Bob Dylan, Cold Irons Bound, 1997)
>
Received on Fri Jan 30 00:23:28 2004

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