This afternoon the sun was out in full force long enough so that I could expose two of my Suwannee River Cyanotype portfolio prints. This is one of them [shown before in a previous post]. It’s printed on 11×9 inch Canson 140 lb cp Montval. The image is about 7 inches wide. All of the paper is not shown, it’s a bit too large for my scanner. The negative was printed on my Epson R3000 in the Advanced B&W mode, and the full sun exposure was 10 minutes, followed by a five minute wash with a dash of Hydrogen Peroxide thrown in.
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