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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    YES! c.d.ewen, thanks for posting that! Isn't it incredible? It's absolutely grainless (starchless)
    Yes, easier to see the repro pattern than the grain. The reproduction is about 13x18cm, so that may well be the original plate size, too.

    That's one of the few sharp pictures in the book.

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    I agree, when you open to that page, it looks completely different than all the other photographs. That's what made me think it was a larger format, thus reducing the appearance of the starch grains relative to the image details. Since the starch grains are always the same size, the only way to get such a fine rendering would be to increase the size of the plate, perhaps. I wonder what the most commonly used size was.
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe

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    Hi everybody,

    The toluène and Ethyle Acetate are at home .



    Now i have to found a system to filter the damar gum when it's dissolved.

    Shaz

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    These materials are very flammable. The Ethyl Acetate is very volatile as well. Please take care in their use.

    PE

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    Hello PE,

    Yes you're right, they tell me what you say where i buy these products.
    I will put these products in my photo club...i have to wear glasses and gloves.

    Shaz

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    Beware of any open flame near where you are working. Otherwise you could have a flash fire or explosion.

    PE

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    Ok thank you.

    Shaz

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    Shaz ,

    I looked to the material safety data sheets of these two materails and ethyl acetate is very harmful when you BREATHE it , All masks are NOT suitable for every chemical.
    You must get expert help for each chemical mask for each chemical.
    Otherwise you have a death or unhealthy baby.

    Electric contacts , light bulbs , prises can start a fire. Check and be sure noone will electrify anything near to you.

    Umut
    Last edited by Mustafa Umut Sarac; 05-02-2011 at 11:11 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Thank you Mum and thank you Dad .
    If i die you will send me flowers.
    I'm joking, but i will not start without all i need.

    Shaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz View Post
    Thank you Mum and thank you Dad .
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe



 

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