RE: P.S. RE: fixing salt prints

From: [email protected]
Date: 10/16/05-10:02:53 AM Z
Message-id: <101620051602.25247.435279AD000866A70000629F22007601809D0104970E9BD20A0B9A06@comcast.net>

Liam, it is over the whole print, but most immediately noticible in the masked area because it is solid; it appears to be a bit worse this morning. I just dunked a print in water and the gray stain is still there (after three minutes in the water) so I am suspecting fixing and clearing are the issues here.

Thanks again!
Judy

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> Judy,
> 
> Another thought: Do you have general staining over the image, or is it just
> a dark border?  In which case, maybe your masking material isn't completely
> opaque to UV.  Dry-down can be considerable on art papers, so maybe the
> stain just isn't noticeable on a wet print.  Does it disappear if you re-wet
> it?
> 
> 
> 
> Liam
> 
Received on Sun Oct 16 10:12:46 2005

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