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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Tri, awesome! Lucky for me I know what the prints look like! Can't wait to see the 14x17.
    I know you did but you haven't seen these yet. Two more 14x17 succesfully transfer today from the Black Oak Series, Yosemite. 4 more to go then 20x24 will be next. I will show you at the show.


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    From todays printing session with high dmax warm tissue on HP Fabriano.
    5x7 Delta 100 and 8 1/4 Dagor
    Print has a beautiful luminosity that makes it hard to put down.
    David

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    From todays printing session with high dmax warm tissue on HP Fabriano.
    5x7 Delta 100 and 8 1/4 Dagor
    Print very sharp and contrasty. Dmax 1.9 something.
    David

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    I love coffee… and platinum


    Larger image and more details over at Flickr.

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    Ha, that's great. I drift off some mornings waiting for it to steep too.

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    Thank you Colin! This actually is my girlfriend drifting off after lunch in the midday heat…

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    Yesterday's carbon work. I conquered frilling by masking all the rebate. (Last summer a thin frame of rebate didn't cause problems.) I've been having some difficulties getting a brush-stroke-free coating of sensitizer, but these are better. My favorite is the moonsnail, maybe because I made many attempts at it, bouncing between too dark, and blown detail in the snail.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails truck, carbon.jpg   Arbutus at Westwood, carbon.jpg   moonsnail, carbon2.jpg   Mount Benson, carbon.jpg  

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by sly View Post
    Yesterday's carbon work. I conquered frilling by masking all the rebate. (Last summer a thin frame of rebate didn't cause problems.) I've been having some difficulties getting a brush-stroke-free coating of sensitizer, but these are better. My favorite is the moonsnail, maybe because I made many attempts at it, bouncing between too dark, and blown detail in the snail.
    Hi Sly.
    I love them all especially the snail print. What a contrast ! They are look perfect to me . Thanks for showing.

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    Nicely done, Sly!

    What is your sensitizer strength?

    Vaughn

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    Thanks Tri and Vaughn.
    They are different dilutions. The snail and the truck are using 0.8%, Mount Benson is 1.6%, and the arbutus is 2.4%. These may seem like strange dilutions, but I found it easier to mix up different dilutions from my 8% stock solution on a decimal system. 1ml stock to 9 ml H2O, is 0.8%. 2ml stock to 8ml H2O is 1.6%. I've probably got my math wrong. I'm sure there's a perfectly sensible and straight forward way to arrange things otherwise, so the dilutions don't have decimal points. PLEASE, though, don't confuse me with common sense. As long as I'm consistent, I figure it will work for me.

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