From: Carl Weese (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 02/06/00-12:10:09 PM Z
In the case you describe, best bet is to use one drop of 4% dichromate.
When printing from negatives that need dichromate, I keep a set of
bottles with 1%, 2%, 5%, and 10% solutions in them and choose the right
one for the size of print and need for contrast enhancement. More than
one drop of a weaker solution adds unwanted water to the
Philippe Ayral wrote:
> My question is about quantity to use.
> Let's say I did a test with 4 drops afo, 4 drops LiPd and 1 drop of Ammonium
> dichromate 2%.
> I like the test and my final print will be double size than the test.
> So, I will use 8 drops of afo, 8 drops of LiPd but I don't know if I must use
> 1 or 2 drops od Ammonium dichromate 2% to get the same result.
> Thanks for your help
> Ayral Philippe
> 52, rue de Vallard
> 74240 Gaillard
> Til/Fax: +33 450 39 79 81
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