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Book on photogravure with photopolymer

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  • Gerald Lange
    PPL FYI: from photoeye.com advertisement _Printmaking in the Sun_. Numerous contributing photographs. Text by Dan Welden and Pauline Muir. Perhaps the biggest
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2002
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      PPL

      FYI: from photoeye.com advertisement

      _Printmaking in the Sun_. Numerous contributing photographs. Text by Dan
      Welden and Pauline Muir. Perhaps the biggest kept secret in alternative
      photographic processes today, this book outlines a relatively new photopolymer
      gravure printing process that is truly non-toxic. Using nothing but water, the
      plate-making and printing process is described by Russ Young, one of the
      book's contributing photographers, as the most direct and easiest to use of
      any of the polymer gravure processes currently available. Young described how
      all elements of the process can be kept right on one table in the
      home—everything from the plate, to the printing, to the drying of final works.
      _Printmaking in the Sun_ is written by the creator of this particular version of the
      process, and is a thorough explanation of all aspects of the process. New
      York, 2001. 144 pp., 8-1/4x10-1/4". Distributed by photoeye

      Cat# WG185S Softbound $29.95
      Online Price: $26.95

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