Re: Ziatype: how many coatings?

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/11/04-11:35:51 AM Z
Message-id: <p06020401bd907464b9ad@[]>

I don't know about ziatype but with regular DOP palladium printing
using just a bit of Na2 sodium citrate gives more neutral tones, more
contrast, and slightly less printing speed than potassium oxalate.

Sandy King

>Jeffrey D. Mathias wrote:
>>Loris Medici wrote:
>>>I have sodium citrate - will that work as developer?
>>Yes. With FO sensitizers it usually gives a flatter look but a
>>more neutral color. With AFO sensitizers, it doesn't seem to make
>>as much of a difference, especially when the AFO contributes to
>>that same slight flatness and cooler color. Note that very warm
>>color prints can be made with AFO and low RH (relative humidity),
>>but it is rather difficult (and perhaps too difficult) to get a
>>bluish or very cool color with FO.
>Sorry for the confusion. My comments are concerning Ammonium
>Citrate not Sodium Citrate. I am not sure if Sodium Citrate will
>behave similar to Ammonium Citrate.
>Jeffrey D. Mathias
Received on Mon Oct 11 11:41:49 2004

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