Photographic emulsion is a silver-based light sensitive material that can be applied to any surface, exposed by an enlarger and processing in conventional black and white chemistry. It is virtually the same emulsion found on ordinary photographic paper but in a liquid form and can allow the emulsion to be coated on a wide range of surfaces.
Ag-Plus photographic emulsion is a premium gelatine-silver emulsion with higher sensitivity and the convenience of using emulsion in camera instead of film, as is the case with tintypes, ambrotypes and some other alternative processes. It is also a help when oversize prints are made at a considerable distance from the enlarger. Rockland emulsions are non-flammable and odorless with no phenol or VOC's (volatile organic compounds) and are completely safe for use in darkrooms.
|Product Instructions||Rockland Photographic Emulsion Instructions|
|SDS (Safety Data Sheet)||Rockland AG-Plus Emulsion|