Duly arrived in one piece and not a hint of damp this time - An interesting view of a waterfall and memorial.
I have been struggling to get some decent colours out of the Foma papers (suffering long dev times and chronic fogging issues). What dilution are you using the LD20 at ?
I use just plain vanilla 1:1:20. But I use it hot. I heat up a gallon of distilled water in the microwave and pour into a tray that sits over a dish warmer plate. Foma has a rather slow emulsion, so it needs quite a bit of exposure. The first few sheets through the developer are not very colorful, but it gets more pinkish by the third or fourth sheet. However, Tim Rudman reported that Foma reformulated their papers last year, and they lost their lithability. I'm still using my old stock, so don't know how the new once behaves.
Andreios, I'd be glad to exchange with you too. Anyone else? The lith exchange is my favorite. Never too many lith prints.
I doubt I'll get into the darkroom before Christmas, but if you don't mind waiting until the New Year, I'll print up something new.
Will have mine in the post tomorrow once I have them bagged and tagged.
Ah, ah, ah! What a beauty! The print "A day in the park" arrived today just in time for Christmas. I suspect this is going to be the best present I get this year! The colors on this Kentona paper are just amazing! I love the image and how well it is complemented by the yellow-peach colors brought out by lith development. It is a real beauty! It's so sad one cannot buy such a beautiful paper anymore.