From: Christina Z. Anderson (email@example.com)
Date: 07/23/02-11:57:20 AM Z
(I just love the internet...no sooner asked than given)
This is what Clerc says under #832, Dye toning: "The mordanting can be
carried out by the formation of silver iodide and cuprous iodide using the
intensifying bath described in #687, due to G. Zelger, 1924." Does this
Thank you so much for looking into this.
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From: "Philippe Monnoyer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: Clerc's no. 687
> I have the original version in french of Clerc's book.
> #687 is about washing.
> What kind of intensifying bath are you refering to ?
> In Clerc's book, we have:
> - for Latent Image
> - for Negs
> - by silver deposition
> - localised
> - intensive
> - optical
> - by powder
> - of prints
> - of carbon prints
> Make your choice.
> I don't know what you're looking for.
> > Unfortnately, I am in Minnesota right now with no access to a library
> > has technical photo books. Does anyone on the list have Clerc's
> > Photographic Theory and Practice who can give me the info in #687? I am
> > looking for what is said about an intensifying bath (still on this
> > mordancage quest).
> > Chris
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