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    Lodima Fine Art Paper - Available for purchase

    For those of you waiting for the next run of Lodima, the details are available here http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/newpaper.html

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    Very cool.

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    Indeed, bring out the moldy credit card, buy a new freezer and order a load of Lodima paper.
    Let's support this project the best we can.

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    I'm in for at least four boxes of 8x10. Going to try and avoid the credit card, um what can I sell?
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    Re: Lodima Fine Art Paper - Available for purchase

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Pedersen View Post
    Indeed, bring out the moldy credit card, buy a new freezer and order a load of Lodima paper.
    Let's support this project the best we can.
    You'll have to hunt for this on the Azo forum, but if you purchase $5,000 of Lodima you can select one of Paula's prints from the Azo portfolio. A purchase of $10,000 of Lodima gets you one of Paula's and one of Michael's prints from the Azo portfolio. I placed a large order yesterday and hope others will follow suit. Let's make this happen!

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    Well, even though I have gone over to carbon printing, I'm still going to order some of this paper. When I do print on silver it has been on Azo. Lodima in 8x10,11x14 and 8x20 will be nice to have on hand.

    Jim

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    I need to attend a workshop and try carbon printing someday, but for now Azo and Lodima will have to do

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    Re: Lodima Fine Art Paper - Available for purchase

    I am very interested to give this paper a try. I heard some people say G2 gives a higher contrast than G2, its actually close to G3, any comment from the users here? Thanks

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    Re: Lodima Fine Art Paper - Available for purchase

    Alex,

    For the small pre-production run that was done last fall, the G2 Lodima paper was very, very, very close to Azo G3. Michael Smith intends to have a proper G2 paper run this time. Check out the Lodima section of the Azo Forum for much more information
    http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/Az...ulletinCate=13

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    Hmmm. I used some of my first-run Lodima. It was way more contrasty than Rochester grade 2 Azo. With the old Rochester Azo, you could take negatives that printed well on grade two and run them in Ziatype without contrast enhancement. Not true with the first run of Lodima.

    Supposedly they're going to run a "proper" grade 2 and grade 3 Lodima. What that means if you deviate from the MAS process, which is very different than traditional print chemistry, is unclear.

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