RE: cyanotype help needed

From: Loris Medici ^lt;>
Date: 03/24/05-07:37:51 AM Z
Message-id: <006001c53076$b1661a60$ce02500a@altinyildiz.boyner>

This is not an exact solution to your problem but:

You may try to coat 1+1 diluted Vandyke (fresh solution) over it, and
then re-expose with the same negative but slightly unregistered... That
way you will convert it to a "Blue Vandyke". It makes interesting split
tone effects. It's a nice way to save overexposed cyanotypes (but you
will end up with something else which is very different than what you
originally wanted).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan McMillan []
> Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 3:26 PM
> To:
> Subject: cyanotype help needed
> This Lurker has learnt so much from you all, thank you. But
> now I am in
> trouble with an over exposed cyanotype print made with the
> traditional
> formula on hand made mulberry paper. Please can you advise me
> if it is
> possible to recover it, and if so will I be able to tone it
> in specific
> areas. The print has already dried. Thanks in advance for any
> advice. Jan
Received on Thu Mar 24 08:38:37 2005

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