I speak only English
I am more interested in seeing a few prints, I have no interest in learning the process, I already have too much on my plate in relationship to four colour pigment prints.
Lately I have been turned onto the intaglio process with pure pigmented inks and am following this by making registered direct to plate so that I can make some prints on a Conrad Press.
QUOTE=MDR;1594858]Bob since you are canadian you probably had some french in school so you can probably contact the Fresson family and get some informations regarding the homemade enlarger it seems they used this method only for the mono fresson process and not the four colour process which requires separations negatives. They used an arc lamp for cinematic projectors as UV source and built the enlarger around it. Note: Rodenstock made a UV enlarger lens the UV-Rodagon.