Platinum & Palladium Printing
Platinum printing was invented in 1873 by William Willis. The process produces photographs of unrivaled beauty and permanence. In it's most basic form an artist creates a image print by coating a light sensitive solution containing platinum onto archival paper, then exposes a negative in direct contact with the paper under intense ultraviolet light. A simple developer, clearing stage and wash complete the processing.
|SKU777||Back to School Special - 100 ml Palladium #3 & 100 ml Ferric Oxalate||
|SKU844||$294 Back to School Special - 100ml Palladium Solution & 100ml Ferric Oxalate Solution||