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    I thought it was noteworthy to see image 4 - someone using their iPhone to snap a picture of the platinum prints.

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    When I did platinum in college I used Rives BFK and Arches cover buff. Both needed minimal sizing, and delivered consistent (and beautiful) results. These are easy (if slightly expensive) papers to buy, source, and use...so I have no idea what all this bellyaching about paper choice is about. Just about any high quality fine art etching or lithographic paper will work fabulously.
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    artonpaper (doug schwab) has informed me that BFK and Cover Buff are no longer suitable for pt/pd...sorry for any confusion I may have caused...

    hopefully a good replacement that is easy to source can be found...
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