I first saw this paper in an advertisement at the top of the APUG page. I received the following info from an email message:
Collodio - chloride POP was developed according to the research of historic
formulas by Mark Osterman of Gearge Eastman House. It is similar to Centennial POP
in appearance, gloss, speed and contrast. Any toner that one used with Centennial
can be used with collodion POP ( with some of them it may take more time, because
collodion emulsion does not absorb processing solutions as easily as gelatin does).
Collodio - chloride POP is made in Earlville, NY, USA by Alt Photo Products.
It is HAND COATED before shipping. It must be kept refrigerated, and I recommend to
expose & process it within 30 days. I have been monitoring refrigerated paper for
more than three months, and it is still good, but at this point my recommendation
I would be interested to know if anyone has had experience with this paper. It sounds interesting.
yes I have tried the paper...could not get it to change color in toner
need more time to experiment with it but am currently sticking with platinum process
please do order some and try it for yourself...only one way to find out
this is analog after all