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    Castiñeiro de Entrambosríos by Pau Martín, on Flickr.

    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
    Best,
    Pau

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    Quote Originally Posted by pau3 View Post
    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
    Wonderful...such a great combination of subject and medium.

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    Thanks!


    Best, Pau
    Best,
    Pau

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    I have been experimenting with albumen on glass - so far with limited success. This is a contact print from a 4x5 negative.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by pau3 View Post


    Castiñeiro de Entrambosríos by Pau Martín, on Flickr.

    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
    Great picture! Which gampi did you use?
    "I believe there is nothing more disturbing than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept!" (Ansel Adams)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philippe Grunchec View Post
    Great picture! Which gampi did you use?
    Philippe,

    thanks!

    It is a very thin gampi paper, handmade. I don't know exactly the weight,
    but it is around 20grs/m2. If you blow, it goes away. It is rather difficult to find.
    I buy it locally - in Barcelona -, where it comes directly from the maker. As far as
    I understand, last shipment was gone in less than a week (three buyers, in total),
    after two years waiting for its arrival. At the shop, they code it by "ganhas".
    Sorry, I don't remember the name of the master maker.

    I like the paper because is so thin that it almost doesn't exist. Light goes through it, and
    bounces back from whatever is behind. With the right chemistry, it gives a special
    depth to the image. It needs a lot of chemistry, though, at least twice - almost three times -
    the quantity needed on Arches platinum, for instance.

    I also use sometimes kozo paper. Not so thin, but nice also. Easier to work with.
    Best,
    Pau

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