John Upton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 28 Jun 1999 13:04:36 +0100
In the July/August 1999 issue of Photo Techniques (page 11) there is an update
of the original silver mirror printing article. Mr. Jolly acknowledges that
some had problems with the original procedure.
Wayde Allen wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Jun 1999, dean kansky wrote:
> > In "Photo Techniques" a Prof. Jolly wrote about silver-mirror printing
> > (Jan/Feb 99). He contends that this developing technique, which he
> > discovered, will allow one to arrive at prints "which are good imitations of
> > daguerreotypes"
> > Has anyone read the article? Any thoughts? Has anyone tried to make these
> > kind of prints?
> I have been collecting the chemistry to try it, but haven't had time yet.
> > Also, in the article, he talks about chemical solarizations: Thiosulfate
> > solarizations and Chromoskedasic pseudosolarizations.
> > Has anyone made these? How do these methods stack up to traditional
> > solarizations?
> I did try some of the Chromoskedasic pseudosolarizations mentioned.
> (There were also a couple articles on this is Scientific American several
> years ago too). It seemed to work, but was pretty slow and hard to
> predict. Of course, I'd never done it before so things might improve with
> a bit of experience.
> - Wayde
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