Re: powdered albumen

From: Andrew Frith ^lt;andy@sacredjourneys.com>
Date: 06/16/04-03:32:07 PM Z
Message-id: <BCF60A66.16D23%andy@sacredjourneys.com>

It was someone on the list who described it maybe a year or 2 ago...im
hoping it works, sounds good in theory..coating 2 sheets at once is a bonus.

On 6/16/04 1:21 PM, "Ender100@aol.com" <Ender100@aol.com> wrote:

> I would be eggstatic if I could say that it was my idea, but that would not be
> eggsactly correct‹someone else on the list must have made this suggestion.
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> Mark Nelson
> www.precisiondigitalnegatives.com
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> In a message dated 6/16/04 2:12:12 PM, andy@sacredjourneys.com writes:
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> I've just built 2 vertical tanks for coating the albumen and silver nitrate.
> I'm going to try using I think it was mark nelson's idea of dry mounting 2
> sheets of paper (I use strathmore drawing 500 plate) with thin strips of
> mounting tissue around the edges and then dunking the combined sheets in the
> vertical tanks I've built. My tanks are 12x13x1/4" in size and hold about
> 600ml of solution. I use kaolin to get rid of the organic stuff out of my
> nitrate solution and use replenishment (but i'm not quite at the full on
> titration check stuff). If the tanks work out well, I'm going to build
> bigger versions for larger sized paper.
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