From: Baird, Darryl (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 10/15/03-02:12:56 PM Z
My wife is using artists/architects vellum with a laser printer with
pretty good results. it might not be adequate for long or soft tonal
values, but for contrast, depth, texture, detail it has been
wonderfully cheap and quick. I can't recall the brand off the top of
From: jamesromeo [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wed 10/15/2003 3:48 PM
Subject: Re: Digital cyanotype negs
due to problems with my printer and the cost of transparencies
transparences hard on me.
What due you use for your oiled paper ( paper and oil ) ??? One
the list said they used a liquied parffin wax.
I did get some good negs using linseed oil but they go bad in a few
Thanks for eny info.
> I am having the same problem, also using the 2200. I have found that
> on vellum, or using oiled paper negs works better than inkjet
> as more ink is laid on paper surfaces. However, I am using fairly
> contrast images much of the time.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Perry [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tue 10/14/2003 10:31 PM
> To: alt photo
> Subject: Digital cyanotype negs
> I just recently started making digital negs for my cyanotypes on the
> and I haven't been able to build up enough density in the blacks to
> good white in my prints. Anyone have any suggestions for me as to
> could do to try and get denser blacks for better whites in my
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