Hey, I've just been able to convince my art teacher to let my try out liquid light for my year 12 art piece. I thought I might leave there doing somthing worth wild and liquid light caught my attention 3 years ago when I started doing photography.
Theres a whole bunch of things i want to try out with this piece, but mostly i just want to know about what other people use to get the best results out of liquid light when printing on glass/plastic perpects. I'm using it for its transparency, and also thinking about sepia toning with LL on the glass/perspecs. Has anyone done this befor? What problems have you encounterd that were unexpected?
Ive read about subbing (from the rockford website) and albumen solution to make the image more permanent. What works the best to fix images to glass/plastic?
Also about the contrast of the imagry, does anyone know which material will produce a better image? Is there any way to treat glass/perspects to improve this?
If you could help with any one of these things, it would be fantastic. Thanks