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    Thanks, Ron. That's interesting to know. I'm not too disturbed by the effect, since I'm not normally examining these prints with a loupe or scanning them and enlarging them, except for purposes like this illustration, but since Kerik asked, I wanted to take a closer look. If you look at the prints normally with the unaided eye, they appear very smooth.
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    Just a curiosity--

    Here's a photo of Daniel Levin popping bubbles on a freshly albumenized sheet of paper using the corner of a strip of paper as I look on and Dave Wooten is deep in thought.

    http://www.cfaahp.org/content/view/4/13/

    That bright quartz light is speeding the drying process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laz
    David! I admired this landscape when you first posted it but this print knocks my socks off!

    The tonality of oval and triangle formed by the ground are what I call "good enough to eat!" I can only imagine how good it must look like "in person."

    Kudos!

    -Bob
    Yep! An albumen print of this will hang in my new darkroom...

    thanks so much Dave

    Dave in Vegas

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