From: Don Bryant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 08/09/00-03:05:49 PM Z
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From: "Craig Koshyk" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2000 4:24 PM
Subject: Baryta paper as a substrate for alt processes.
> > I am planning to print kallitype, cyanotype, palladiotype, gum bicromate
> > and albumen on plain barited paper (without the standard silver gelatin
> > emulsion). Does anyone of you know of ill reactions between the
> > compounds of the above mentiond processes and the barium compounds
> > sulphate?) of the barited paper? Any arguments against this combination?
> Anyone thinking about using fixed-out baryta papers (traditional fibre
> sliver gelatin papers) as a substrate for pt/pd or cynotype or kallitype
> printing may find this page in my site interesting. It describes my
> failures and ultimate success in getting an even hand coating on baryta
> go to
> and by all means please let me know what you think.
> Craig Koshyk
This is certainly very interesting and I'm certainly curious to find out
more details. I did visit your web page and read your article (unfortunately
the page doesn't display properly in MS Internet Explorer 5.50) so some of
it was difficult to read.
It sounds great though.
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