RE: Stain in Pt./Pd. printing, was Re: price of pt/pd printing

From: Eric Neilsen ^lt;>
Date: 04/12/05-05:43:17 PM Z
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Yes, placing your prints directly into a clearing bath is ok. It is
sometimes the best way to go.

You might try EDTA Disodium with Sodium Sulfite and leave out the citric

Eric Neilsen Photography
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Dallas, TX 75226
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christina Z. Anderson []
> Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 5:42 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Stain in Pt./Pd. printing, was Re: price of pt/pd printing
> >Your developer will build up waste; buffer, iron
> > (ferrous and ferric), paper fiber, metal. These should be filtered and
> > adjusted for on a regular basis to avoid a slow build up that "appears"
> > out
> > of nowhere. As Sandy suggest, replenish your developer. You may also
> > check
> > the sp gr of it every once in a while. Water will absorb in to the
> paper
> > and get carried away.
> Will do both of these from now on.
> >Are you
> > trying to get cooler more neutral prints with ammonium citrate? How
> about
> > just using ammonium palladium with Potassium Oxalate?
> It is what I had on hand from B and S, so I've been using that.
> > Chris, are you going directly into a clearing solution or water rinse
> > first?
> Going directly into the clear from the am citrate with no water rinse. Is
> that OK?
> Newbie Chris
Received on Tue Apr 12 17:49:08 2005

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