Re: Hardening salted paper and potassium dichromate

From: [email protected]
Date: 06/20/05-09:21:07 AM Z
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I don't harden the size for salted paper.
In my experience, salted paper is the least contrasty of all processes. It
handles incredibly hard negatives, too hard for any non-alternative silver
paper. It can find detail in the deepest shadows (through self-masking) without
losing the most subtle highlight.
I would try to produce a negative that suits the range of salted paper,
instead of trying to make your sensitizer suit your negative.

Received on Mon Jun 20 09:21:26 2005

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