Re: New Cyanotype

From: Christina Z. Anderson ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/18/04-08:30:54 PM Z
Message-id: <007201c43d49$8b0ae330$883dad42@your6bvpxyztoq>

     I made my own new cyanotype and it was a cinch. I also had no problem
with it, it prints dark and rich, I really loved it and preferred it to the
classic formula, but right now I am back to using classic because it is sooo
cheap and easy to make. I didn't ever double coat the new formula. I am
also nowhere near an expert on cyano so I hate to even offer this info; the
cyano king is really Sam Wang (and he does NOT prefer the new formula).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Loris Medici" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 5:37 AM
Subject: New Cyanotype

> I will prepare/mix "new cyanotype" this weekend. Any remarks on what can
> go wrong or what should I pay attention - from those who did it before -
> will be appreciated. BTW, I keep Ammonium Iron(III) Oxalate in B&S's
> original packaging and not in dark. Is there any possibility of
> "fogging" (because it says light sensitive)? I would also like to
> receive remarks/suggestions (about paper, printing/exposing,
> processing/clearing ect.) from people who had made the transition from
> classic cyanotype to new cyanotype. I'm expecting a better dmax compared
> to double coated classic cyanotype - do you find this possible?
> TIA,
> Loris.
Received on Tue May 18 20:33:05 2004

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