Date: 10/03/03-11:20:06 AM Z
I have made some prints with my Epson inkjet printer. I teared off the back
it in with Parafin Oil to make it more transparrent for contact printing.
It worked fine (just like "normal" B&W photos).
I also used standard inkjet paper. the kind that is not suited for pictures
but just for
printing text. This paper is very thin and has no (plastic) coating.
I also rubbed this paper with Parafine Oil and it looks very nice. It's very
transparrent and contains fine details (looking at it with a magnefying
Haven't done contactprinting yet, though.
I'll attend the Cyanotype course in November.
Bert from Holland
Van: REDROCKET [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Verzonden: vrijdag 3 oktober 2003 6:20
Onderwerp: Inkjet paper negs & Cyanotype
Just a question to anyone with experience in this. i will be using the new
cyanotype formula. I will be making Inkjet negs. Mainly because of the large
sizes. i use:
Epson Glossy Photo paper
Canon Photo Film High Gloss
Epson photo quality paper, light weight clay coated
Do any of these have an advantage regarding transmitting UV?
I'm waiting on my chemicals so I can't do any tests yet.
I've used a Epson Photo Qualuty ink Jet paper for Gum prints with fair
results as to exposer time.
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