Date: 02/25/01-11:52:10 AM Z
Randall if you look in the back of the Darkroom Handbook by Michael Langford
you will find a few pages devoted to Old Processes but as you mention he was
not renowned for alt processes Dennis Klinker London
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From: "Randall Webb" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2001 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: cyanotypes
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> From: Judy Seigel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2001 9:26 PM
> Subject: Re: cyanotypes
> > On Sat, 24 Feb 2001, shannon stoney wrote:
> > > .... Issue 5 of
> > > Post-Factory has some instructions--maybe that's all I need?
> > Shannon, I hope this doesn't come across as, um, arrogant -- but
> > that's all there is, there isn't any more.
> > Nor have I seen any extant book (& I think I've seen them all) with as
> > much, and that's even COUNTING the error & nonsense as if it were info
> > (for instance Langford who says cyanotype isn't archival because you
> > FIX it !!!!!!!, tho I seem to recall that as only one page, mercifully.)
> There appears to be a quite thorough account of cyanotypes including
> printing on fabric etc. in a book " Spirits of Salts" published by Aurum
> Press London. Also a cyanotype neg will go on pd/pt if you use the right
> method. As for archival qualities if Anna Atkinsons prints made in the
> 1840's are still fresh then suely that is proof enough!. Who is Langford?
> The only one I know is Michael Langford from the Royal College of Art in
> London and he wasn't an alt.proc man.
> Randall Webb
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