From: Martin Reis (email@example.com)
Date: 01/24/03-09:24:35 AM Z
Ed & Judy,
I tend to use a cyano formula very lose to Judy's but
thank you Ed for the link with all this easy reference
data. Much appreciated.
Freezin' up north,
From: Ed Buffaloe [mailto:EdBuffaloe@UnblinkingEye.Com]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 18:09
Subject: Re: traditional cyanotype
For various formulae see http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/Cyano/cyano.html.
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From: "Christina Z. Anderson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Alt Photo List" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 9:20 AM
Subject: traditional cyanotype
> Good morning, group!
> I've checked a bunch of books for the formula for traditional cyanotype,
> the amount of FAC and pot ferri tend to vary. Am I correct in assuming
> the greater the amount of FAC, the faster the formula, and the greater
> amount of pot ferri, the more contrasty? Is there one correct formula,
> if so, what is the best one to use? I am currently using Ware's formula,
> Japanese paper, and have had some fun results, but thought I would also
> it against the traditional formula. And, as is usual, I cannot find my
> issue #5 of Post Factory, which is the cyano issue if I'm not mistaken.
> Judy, can you buy a back issue and for how much? I know I lent it to a
> student but of course cannot remember which one. I keep making that
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