I'm interested in photogravure - the instructions outlined at a few websites talk about gelatin pigment paper - the wikipedia article says:
I'm not so interested in solarplate (in which I've played with a little) and want to learn the proper copperplate gravure. I get the feeling that if they were doing this process over a century and more ago that it could be done independent of some specific product or other."Macdermid Autotype, the last manufacturer of the gelatin pigment paper (tissue) needed to make traditional copper plate photogravure, announced in August 2009 that the product would no longer be manufactured."
Anyone have any info on etching copperplate photographically ? I guess like the they did 'back then' ...
Have a look at these - really inspiring stuff: