Quote Originally Posted by phritz phantom View Post
sounds interesting.
is the paper still wet (from the iodide) during exposure?
An advantage of the process was that the papers could be prepared before use and stored up to one month. So I guess they were dry.

Still I am very interested to get this information confirmed (or infirmed) as I would like to try the process if the paper is indeed dry when I put it into the sheet holders.

Did any one of you tried the process in practice? (Bayards one, please no further references to what more or less similar can be obtained on the market. I am interested in this as a method to prepare my own photosensitive material.)
I think it could be very usefull for static models (arhitecture, maybe nature too). Bayard reached 12 minutes for an exposure, that is not too bad.