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    Cranes Paper in Rolls?

    I've done an initial search and haven't found any place that has Crane's Cover Stock or Platinotype in rolls. Does any one know of a source or even if it is possible to get?

    I am planning to do platinum prints from Cirkut negatives. 10 inches high by as long as 6 feet.

    If I can't get Crane's, is there another paper that comes in rolls that will work?

    Thanks in advance,

    Allen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen Friday
    I've done an initial search and haven't found any place that has Crane's Cover Stock or Platinotype in rolls. Does any one know of a source or even if it is possible to get?

    I am planning to do platinum prints from Cirkut negatives. 10 inches high by as long as 6 feet.

    If I can't get Crane's, is there another paper that comes in rolls that will work?

    Thanks in advance,

    Allen
    Call Cranes at their home office. They can direct you to a dealer that can fullfil your need.
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    Hi Allen
    I'm using a paper called ANW drawing and framing. Comes in 60" by 15 yard rolls, and works really well for van dykes and cyanotypes.Look at the following web site
    http://www.jamieyoungphoto.com/Cirkutphotos%201.html
    I develop all my cirkut negs in rollo pyro. and have been happy with it.
    I've been using it for cirkut negatives as well.Don't know about other processes yet. I'm going to try salt soon though
    Jamie
    Last edited by jamie young; 04-19-2006 at 08:27 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: spelling

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    I'll try to ask the art supply dealer about sourcing if you like. Jamie

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    ANW drawing and framing is a crestwood paper product. Crestwood has a website if you need to search out sources.
    I also foiund a web page with some paper recommendations
    http://unblinkingeye.com/AAPG/Papers/papers.html
    Jamie Young



 

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