From: henk thijs (email@example.com)
Date: 04/12/02-09:04:49 AM Z
When you ordered your raw-chemicals from 'Brenner FotoVersand' I
understand your long exposure times.
They send me the 'brown' and not the 'green' Am.-Ferric-citrate, no
idea why a specialised Photo-company sells the 'brown'-version; by
accident I mixed the 'brown' with the rest of my 'green' and my
exposure times increased from about 7 min. to more than 35 minutes
for the same neg.
By the way, I used several papers for cyano -Fabriano, Zerkall,
Hahnemuehle,Waterford, Magnani etc.- and the only one I had a yellow
stain was with the Arches paper.
>Hallo, greetings from Germany!
>I make cyanotype prints for some years, using papers from "Arches"-
>the simple ones, not Arches Platine.
>I have no problems getting full range, using regular and fresh
>But I need long exposure ( 1 hour in the sun).
>By the way, when using fabric for cyanotype I have a yellow stain
>in the lights.
>Any idea how to avoid it?
-- Henk Thijs member F68 : http://home.hetnet.nl/~F68
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