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    Okay, I see. I get the same effect. The challenge with POP is the constant shifting of tone and overall look.

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    Canon inkjet paper (Or at least what I've tried) fades in a few weeks in normal room light.
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    I'm intrigued now. Aside from Retrophotographic and Chicago Albumen, does anyone else sell it?
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    Bostick & Sullivan also sells the Chicago Albumen Works POP. They also sell gold toner.

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    Toning POP psper with Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner

    POP paper can be toned with Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner diluted 1:500 to 1:250 before the fixing step. Watch the print carefully during the toning stepo to make sure you don't over tone the image. You can also dilute Kodak Rapid Fixer 1:19 to use as a fixer for POP paper. I have used these methods with my students successfully to simplfy the process and reduce the cost of chemistry. Check the Chicago Albumen Works web site for more informatoin on POP processing procedures.
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