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    Perhaps you have been misled?

    The paper you have is most likely a contact speed DOP.
    It could be a fine grain-smooth G surface or possibly a Y "silk" texture...
    the difference would be immeadiately obvious.

    Expose and dev 2 min in D-52/selectol at 20 C. and let me know how it goes.

    Ray

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    If you would like to send me a few sample sheets, and get some more info on this paper as well, please PM me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rlibersky View Post
    I came across 100 sheets of Kodak ARISTO paper ~1970. The box was unopened but did not have any instructions with it. I assumed it was DOP but learned yesterday this is POP. Any information on this paper would be appreciated

    I have not used POP before. I know it can be exposed by the sun, but what is the iso of the paper? Can an artificial light expose it? How is it processed once it is exposed? I know it isn't processed in a Developer but it must be fixed, toned and made permanent some how.

    Lots of questions, hoping for answers.

    Thanks
    Randy

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    Thanks Ray, I will send you a message. I origanlly tried printing it as DOP paper and the best I were mushy prints.

    Even in direct sun it takes 25-35 mins to turn a dark purple. My negs were developed for enlarging so they aren't bullet proof.

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