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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Dog
    can't wait to get my paws on some more

    If you do, I would be interested in how you source it.
    Roy,

    In answer to your question that I believe deserves a respectful answer irrespective of what others may deem to be politically correct. The place that I would recommend for you to purchase Azo paper is Michael A Smith (www.michaelandpaula.com). I base this recommendation on my personal experience and it is my humble opinion if I may have permission to offer an opinion that is based in my personal experience.

    In keeping with the theme of this thread this is the paper that Aggie discovered would tone and bleach back very nicely. This print which I obtained from her in a print trade is stunningly beautiful. The print was Azo grade two which as I have mentioned is sold by Michael A Smith. I have not yet attempted the toning that Aggie discovered. I don't know whether Aggie developed her grade two Azo in Amidol. This is the developer that seems to work really well with grade two Azo.

    Good luck.
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    Aggie:

    I read on Michael & Paula's website not to use ammonium thiosulfate fixer - the poser said it would cause a pinkish image on AZO. I used some old rapid fix (yuck) and now read you used TF4 (horray) so it sounds like I can use TF4 and no problems??? I also used the M&P amidol brew for AZO - it worked good for other prints as well - seemed to have very good capacity.
    My photos are always without all that distracting color ...

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    This is a great thread, very useful. I searched the forum looking for some info and this crap came up.. Thanks guys! REEEEEEAAAAAALLLL CCCCOOOOOOOOLLLL!
    hi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmac
    This is a great thread, very useful. I searched the forum looking for some info and this crap came up.. Thanks guys! REEEEEEAAAAAALLLL CCCCOOOOOOOOLLLL!
    Brian,
    You have to read between the lines.

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