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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerik
    This hasn't been my experience. I've done alot of POP printing and most of my pt/pd negs that I've also printed in POP have worked very well...Kerik
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    Could well be. I have no experience with Pt/Pd so I'm only relating what I've read from various sources in regard to those processes.

    I know that in my experience, negatives for van dyke brown and POP, salted paper and albumen require negatives of greater density range and contrast than cyanotypes and the reported optimal density ranges for cyanotype and Pt are less and closer to each other than they are to VDB, POP, albumen and salted paper.

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    I meant density range. not CI. These recent terminology fights have made even more confused, it seems

    In my limited experience salted paper needs most contrast, followed by (decreasing order) POP, albumen, VDB, AZO(?), cyanotype. Cyanotype and "ordinary" enlarging paper are about the same, depending on light source for the cyano and grade/developer for the enlarging paper.
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