Delivery of Lodima Paper

Discussion in 'Contact Printing' started by Michael A. Smith, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. Michael A. Smith

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    Lodima Fine Art Silver Chloride contact printing paper will be shipped to customers on Monday, March 22, Tuesday, March 23, and if we cannot get everything out by then, also on Wednesday, March 24.

    Michael A. Smith
     
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    A "great news" day. Another impossible project has been achieved thanks to the efforts of Michael & Paula. Looking forward to printing with the paper.
     
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    GREAT NEWS...
    Thanks Michael & Paula...

    Stefano
     
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    How can I get a hold of some? Also, is it specifically for contact printing only?
     
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    Good news indeed - Thank you Michael and Paula. Looking forward to continuing with my project on this paper.
     
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    Yes, it isÂ…
     
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    We do have inventory for sale in the following sizes: 8x10, 8x20, 11x14, 20x24. To purchase the paper go to www.michaelandpaula.com

    Michael A. Smith
     
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    Thank you for the good news Michael and Paula. A long wait is almost over.
     
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    What happens when one prints this with an elarger?
     
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    Not much unless you have one of these

    http://www.jensen-optical.us/azo.html

    or want to use long exposure times. :smile:
     
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    You'll need extremely long exposure times, too long to be practical. I seem to recall someone who had tried it saying that the exposure was about five minutes. Comfort and speed aside, no ordinary enlarging head is going to stand this kind of abuse. :sad:
     
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    Any simple enlarger head will have no problems with it, and you don't need filters with AZO. I know people who leave their enlargers on for the whole printing session and only remove and re-insert red filters when making a print, but everything else stays on for an hour or more. No problems noticed. They use Meopta enlargers, but this should be no different with any other brand.