Re: Platinum and palladium with cyanotype

From: Carmen Lizardo ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/22/05-03:52:26 PM Z
Message-id: <20050722215226.3474.qmail@web53902.mail.yahoo.com>

Rajul.
No i have not used Watman paper, but i have been uding
arches platine and i love it! i sill use sodium
acetate as a developer (Henry Hall's solution) and
tone with platinum toner. I've been making very large
Kallis (22x30 inches) from digital negs. And I love
them!
thank all of you for your responses.
Carmen.
--- Venkatram Iyer <eyeear@telus.net> wrote:

> Carmen,
>
> IME, Cyanotype over Pt/Pd works very well,
> emphasizing intricate shadow
> details in a cool blue-black. Pt/Pd over cyanotype
> bleaches the latter.
> This also holds for Satista.
>
> I am currently considering experimenting with
> Kallitype and have your
> PF#8 article in front of me. Have you experimented
> doing Kallis on
> Whatman paper? How does it behave? Any recent
> observations beyond what
> you published in #8 would be most appreciated.
>
> Rajul
>
>
> On 22-Jul-05, at 7:00 AM, Carmen Lizardo wrote:
>
> > Dear List, a friend showed my a print by Kero Izu
> > called Blue, and the process was listed as
> Platinum
> > and palladium with cyanotype. Does it matter witch
> > process is printed first? And, can I use kallytype
> > instead of palladium?
> > Thanks you,
> > Carmen
> >
> >
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