Quote Originally Posted by FredW View Post
Just received a wonderful cyanotype from Heather today, thank you.

I have also just begun experimenting with cyanotype myself. The printing out process is somewhat different from what I am used to, but learning.
With the colour paper, it's basically impossible to expose by inspection. Plus I'm only using an 8x10 contact proofer so not split-back anyway (and my only splitback frames are medium format sized) so I do testprints, covering up part of the frame and moving it along like you'd normally do, in 2minute increments for my UV facial tanning unit. That one took about a 4 minutes exposure.