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    I signed up again. I like sending and receiving prints from around the world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post

    In essence, if the prints are not ink on paper, they are okay.
    EDIT: And of course, the original "capture" must be analogue in nature (usually photographic film).
    WOW: I feel a whole new style of alternative photography arising: the analogue N.I.O.P. print.
    Just short: this is an "Aniop print" exchange.

    Or to be more precise: a "not ink on paper & analogue in nature" print = a N.I.O.P.A.I.N. print

    BTW: Bromoil printing isn't excluded, is it ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post

    BTW: Bromoil printing isn't excluded, is it ??
    I knew someone would come up with an exception to my attempt to simplify the answer.

    As long as the ink is put down by an inkjet printer, I would think Bromoil will meet the criteria.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    I knew someone would come up with an exception to my attempt to simplify the answer.

    As long as the ink is put down by an inkjet printer, I would think Bromoil will meet the criteria.
    Bromoil printing doesn't involve any inkjet printing: you're the printer yourself! It is a very old printing process, wherein the silver in the image is replaced by ink. The Bromoil printing process was invented in 1907 be Englishman C. Welbourne Piper on a suggestion from E.J. Wall.

    In short: print an image (conventional B&W print on a fibre based bromide paper from a negative), bleach, keep paper wet while stamping ink (any colour(s) you choose) on it with a special brush.
    See: Making a Bromoil print for a better description.

    It's one of my favorite alt-photo processes.
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    I called my photo lab, they say their prints are still chemical even though the file is a digital scan of a chrome, which works for me, so I'll be able to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Bromoil printing doesn't involve any inkjet printing: you're the printer yourself! It is a very old printing process, wherein the silver in the image is replaced by ink. The Bromoil printing process was invented in 1907 be Englishman C. Welbourne Piper on a suggestion from E.J. Wall.

    In short: print an image (conventional B&W print on a fibre based bromide paper from a negative), bleach, keep paper wet while stamping ink (any colour(s) you choose) on it with a special brush.
    See: Making a Bromoil print for a better description.

    It's one of my favorite alt-photo processes.
    Bert:

    I know.

    Bromoils are beautiful, individual pieces of Art.

    I just wanted to make sure that someone doesn't try to use an inkjet printer to try to make one for this exchange!

    EDIT: I don't think we have heard from Gene Laughter in a long time here on APUG. I wonder how he is doing?
    Matt

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    Anikin,

    I'm in again.

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    ##WARNING: reading this message may harm your sanity: it contains digital words##

    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Bert:
    I know.
    Bromoils are beautiful, individual pieces of Art.
    I just wanted to make sure that someone doesn't try to use an inkjet printer to try to make one for this exchange!
    Hi Matt,
    I thought so, since you wrote: "As long as the ink is put down by an inkjet printer, I would think Bromoil will meet the criteria." I wasn't sure.
    I suppose you mend: "As long as the ink is NOT put down by an inkjet printer ..." to avoid people thinking that Bromoil is a new kind of Quad Tone RIP or Epson Ultrachrome ink???
    (Am I even allowed to use such words on APUG?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    (Am I even allowed to use such words on APUG?)
    Most certainly not.... /me wanders off to give Van Helsing a call...

    However, this "ink on paper" discussion does raise a question about another process - Carbon prints. No intermediate silver based paper used, just whack a layer of India Ink on to a sheet of paper and expose (OK, ink is mixed with gelatin and the process is a little more involved).

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    Imagine if the person who gets my print really dislikes me but likes the print, oh the irony and confusion...


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