RE: Inkjet negatives and Van Dyke Brownprints

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 11/20/04-03:11:35 AM Z
Message-id: <a0602041cbdc4b9c13978@[]>

By blocking I meant the compacting of the shadows that we get when
over-exposing a POP process such as VDB. I suspect the same would
apply to commercial POP papers. That is why a curve calibrated
perfectly for kallitype or palladium (which are primarily DOP
processes) would need some tweaking to print perfectly in VDB.


>I suspect that the use of more steps will be useful for VDB because
>of the rather extreme nature of the blocking we get in the shadows
>places a premium on getting the curve exactly right in this area, as
>your work appears to confirm.
Received on Sat Nov 20 03:11:55 2004

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