Category Archives: Platinum
This entire summer I have been rebuilding my darkroom, putting up shelves to get paper, glass, frames, mat board and the like off of the floor and accessible in an organized way. It almost a cathartic experience to have the … Continue reading
I’m an artist and I took some time off. One of the things I did was take a few ceramics classes. This video inspires me! Ceramics Masters: Sanat Nedir? Sorusunun en güzel cevab?… Currently, I cannot upload any images. That’ll … Continue reading
Placed in the color section to better express the soft tone with exquisite detail the platinum print is so well known for.
I have purchased a used but in good condition Canon ipf5000 printer. It’s much like the Epson 4800 I presume. In the coming weeks, I’ll find out if you can use its inks on Pictorico OHP.
A New Linen Paper for all Siderotype (Iron-based) Processes which includes Platinum. In a recent email, Dr. Mike Ware gave the exciting news of this new paper. In his email he stated that “the commercial supplies of cotton furnishings for high … Continue reading
The reception went well. Lots of people showed up with plenty loving to talk about their experiences with the Bristle Cone Pines, others curious about the platinum process–it was a wonderful event!
How grateful I am to Dr. Mike Ware, Butler Deardon paper service, the Food Network and my hero Alton Brown! Continue reading
They got the contrast exactly right on my print this issue! Really awesome! Thank you B&W magazine.