From: Agustin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 05/29/03-07:43:55 PM Z
Thanks Jack for the advice. !
I´ll try to print the Reilly book (I don´t enjoy reading books from computer
monitors), and read the whole thing, as it seems to be a really important
source of information.
If Joe is reading this message, and it´s not a problem for him, I´d love to
get that PDF!. Thanks!
And last but not least, I´ve used distilled water (I use bi-distilled water)
and the Silver was measured with a digital scale. Maybe it is the Citric
Acid, as someone said in the last messages.
Thanks for your help
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Fulton" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 12:17 PM
Subject: Re: Silver cristals in Salt Print emulsion
> First . . recently, on this list, was posted the Stanford University
> archive of the James Reilly book on salt and albumen printing. Virtually
> everything you need to know is there.
> Secondly, another member of our list, Joe Portale, has superb
> available and he might send you a PDF.
> If you find crystals of silver (nitrate) @ the bottom of your bottle, it
> implies your concentration must be greater than 12%. Perhaps you might try
> to use distilled water also.
> Jack Fulton
> > Dear list.
> > I´ve been trying to make salt prints, and recently, after long months of
> > trial, I got consistent results. But I still have on small doubt about
> > emulsion. A couple of weeks after the solution is prepared, silver
> > start to appear at the bottom of the bottle. I don´t notice changes in
> > copies, but I´am still worried if this could affect the prints. (maybe
> > silver in the liquid emulsion?).
> > Thanks for your income.
> > Sincerely,
> > Agustin Barrutia,
> > Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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