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    I've checked with Hahnemühle in Germany. Their...

    I've checked with Hahnemühle in Germany. Their Harman Gloss Baryta Warmtone is microporous, as required in a paper for carbon transfer according to Bostick & Sullivan. I think it's worth a try as a...
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    I thought there might be a catch somewhere. Well,...

    I thought there might be a catch somewhere. Well, how about a gelatin size layer on top of the inkjet paper? If carbon tissue takes on baryta inkjet paper a gelatin size might do the trick. If I had...
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    Further thoughts on above... I've read a lot of...

    Further thoughts on above... I've read a lot of Mike Ware's writings on alt processes and he's very strong on the negative effects of chemicals in the paper, particularly alkaline buffers, which...
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    Very interesting indeed. I read Craig's preview...

    Very interesting indeed. I read Craig's preview and started looking at the range of baryta papers. It occurs to me that baryta inkjet paper may also be a possibility. It's cheaper than photographic...
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    A really nice image, Ricardo! I've never heard of...

    A really nice image, Ricardo! I've never heard of fixed out photographic paper used for cyanotypes. It obviously works very well indeed. I've often been disappointed with fuzzy cyanos because of...
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