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    Your one choice for Pl/Pd prints

    Now (with the exception of Jeremy) that it has been decided that the smooth side goes up, if you who print a lot of Pl/pd had to settle on one paper, what would your choice be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Wooten
    Now (with the exception of Jeremy) that it has been decided that the smooth side goes up, if you who print a lot of Pl/pd had to settle on one paper, what would your choice be?


    I wholeheartedly recommend Arches Platine. It's a wonderful paper (on the smooth and B side).
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    I prefer COT 320.
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    cot 320
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    Cranes 90# cover (think Photogs Formulary calls it Cranes Platinotype)

    Arches platine is damn nice as well.

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    I would reccomend Arches Platine and Cot 320 I use both.

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    Guess it would depend, everyone seems to have a fav - it is the one that works best for the way they work. Never could play favorites though (hey I have twin daughters ) so I really like Arches Platine/COT320 and Cranes Cover Stock/Plantinotype - but I also like Rising Stonehenge for my VDB (I know you said Pl/Pd)
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    Having only tried platinotype and cot320, I much prefer cot320.

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    I've been looking. Where do you guys get cot 320?
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    I buy it from Bostick & Sullivan. I believe that Artcraft sells it too. If anyone knows of a cheaper source, I'd be glad to hear it. That stuff is expensive.

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