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Has anyone had success in using Liquid Light to create your own printable paper? How long does it take to dry once painted on to the desired surface, and where do you store it while it dries? Does that place have to be completely dark? Thank you in advance for any ideas or advice!
-- Carole Foret (email@example.com), April 01, 2000
I have used the Luminos product, which works very well--it is a Bromide emulsion that is quite contrasty. I recommend drying the paper overnight, then flattening it. Yes, it must be stored in the dark--I don't recall which filter is appropriate for it, but it should say on the box. It tones beautifully in selenium, but the emulsion is quite fragile. I strongly recommend hardening before washing.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 03, 2000.