Re: [inconsistent results with TXP

From: Dan Burkholder ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/13/05-10:28:29 AM Z
Message-id: <434E8B2D.5020600@aol.com>

Just my $0.02 bit there's a chance that you're witnessing one symptom of
what I've come to call "the end of the silver empire." It seems that
with declining use, some of our AG-based materials are lingering in hot
warehouses longer than they used to. I noticed this for the first time
in July when teaching in NYC; the students were getting varying silver
print densities and contrast from the same paper, but different batches.
No doubt platinum materials displayed some of the same inconsistencies
when the process was displaced (for the most part) by the silver print.

Dealing with trusted distributors who have high volume (Freestyle, etc.)
might be a good idea.

Best of luck getting back on track!

Dan

Shannon Stoney wrote on 10/13/05, 10:56 AM:

> there could be any number of other things going on too. But I think
> I have eliminated all the other possible variables.

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Received on Thu Oct 13 10:29:09 2005

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