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    If I were to do this, I'd do cyanotype or VanDyke. To do this, though, you'd need to make enlarged negatives either optically or by the method-that-shall-not-be-named (but is discussed on the hybrid forum). I'd be afraid that liquid light wouldn't be durable enough to actually use.It would be fine for a wall hanging, though.

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    Here's an option. A local t-shirt shop has a Kornit 931 inkjet printer they use to print low volume orders - see a specs at: http://www.kornit-digital.com - I've had them scan some 809 8x10 Polaroids to print shirts. The ink is heat set, so it is washable - not sure of long term stability of the ink. One-off t-shirts are about $15 including a white shirt, IIRC. They told me they were looking to upgrade to a model that would allow them to have white ink and print on any color shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ann View Post
    if it is similar to those linen papers from the past it is treated as a normal black and white print. If the whole piece went black than it has been exposed or that is some serious age fog.
    Nope, tried again with normal B/W process, just gray, no image. Probably killed by age fog.

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    Back in the 70's I used quite a bit of photo-linen, it was great stuff, I only kept one image for myself a portrait and remarkably it looked like the spitting image of an APUP member, Jeff Bannow now the subject looks like Phil

    I have several formulae fo treating fabric, but how well they work I've no idea, the Photo linen could be washed nad was extremely robust.

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    There is a person you sells all sorts of coated material. I think it is mentioned in Christipher James' book on alternative photographic processes which I have where I will be this weekend. If no one has come up with the "gittin place" by then, I'll post it back to the list. Bill Barber

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    Are there any current production of Photo-Linen? I think there are some potential for interesting project I am doing.

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    No current production.

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    Well recently I read a recepy how to make light sensitive past that you could put on a t-shirt and put it under an enlarger. I can see If i can dig it up. I propably have to translate it as well. I don't know about durability or something it was pretty basic. But if the is interest I can dig it up.
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    OK guys, yes this is cyanotype, however even if that is not what you want, it is worth a visit.

    http://www.blueprintsonfabric.com/

    also

    "The Book of Alternative Photgraphic Processes" by Christopher James

    Bill Barber

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