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It is possible to combine cyanotype with Van Dyke Brown to obtain dual tone prints with blue shadows and brown highlights.
Searching for a cyanotype black toning, to intensify blue dmax and obtain an almost neutral print.
A printing frame is an essential tool the have a perfect contact between paper and negatives printing historical processes.
Air bubbles during the developing phase of bichromate gum result in dark stain on the print.
Damiano Bianca, a master historical processes printer, teachs carbon transfer print workshops in Rome.
When converting from RGB to CMYK, maximum black generation curve is the best option for VDB pigment prints.
Use a threading bar to quickly and evenly size paper sheets for historical processes.
Guides, manuals, articles, tutorials and sellers of digital negatives for alternative printing techniques.
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