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    Well, by using the hand pouring method, any size can be coated depending on the skill of the operator. I also happen to have a 12" coating blade.

    So......... Any size.

    PE

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    PE:

    Thank you for this great information. This method is very interesting.
    I will must give it a try with my wet plate camera.

    Charles

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    This website has some good info:

    http://www.thelightfarm.com/

    I really like the look of his hand made ortho film.

    Have any of you guys tried hand coating with commercial ready made emulsion? Here is an example:

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/174052...5ml?cat_id=108

    Regards,
    Chris Maness

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    Fun... thanks.
    Always wondered about those donkey riding 16x20 wet plate photographers and how the heck they did it.
    Thanks PE and crew!!!

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    Well, don't forget the workshop I am giving at George Eastman House in October on making 3 grades of Azo type paper for printing all of these LF plates and film coatings! Next year, we hope to run a Kodabromide type enlarging workshop and later on give the ortho emulsion a run or two.

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    Do I understand properly, that the plate here is being coated with regular emulsion? Not collodium?

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    Yes, photographic emulsion, not collodian. However, collodian cannot be excluded entirely.

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