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Dear Christina, To print photos on ceramic tiles I have ordered Ag-plus emulsion which I plan to tone with CE-1 toner then fire. My questions are: 1. Do I need to glaze and fire the tiles first? 2. If so, what cone should the glaze be capable of firing to so that it will withstand the second firing with the toned emulsion? 3. Do I need to prepare the glazed surface with gelatin before putting the emulsion on the tiles? Thanks, Robyn
Hi, I am taking my first photo class at our local college - I LOVE IT! I will be teaching a Kids Artfest this summer, for 1 week. I would like them to build pinhole cameras, but I have no way to develop after. I am now experimenting with Sunprint in the pinhole. Any other ideas? Has anyone tried this? Any other projects for prints that are doable to excite these youngsters? Also does "sunprint" come in a liquid form that could be used on other surfaces, like t-shirts? Thanks so much, Kate M.
Hello Christina, I am a photography student at Pasadena City College in beautiful Southern California and I had a experimental photography question I thought a pro might answer! I am working with liquid light and I can't seem to stick the liquid light to wood. I sanded it and I coated it with glossy polyurethane varnish and it does not seem to work. Do you have any methods i could use to help me with this or should I just switch to a different surface altogether? Your help is surely appreciated! Sincerly, Daniel
Hi Christina, I am working on a camera-less photo project. I need to expose a large - 8' x 6' sheet of non-photographic paper to the sun during the very early morning hours (5:30am-8:30am). I need to coat this paper with some sort of emulsion or light sensitive chemical. The catch is that the final image must be Black and White - so I can't use Van dyke or Cyanotype. I will be cutting a paper template to put over the paper so only certain areas are exposed to the sun. Can you recommend a user friendly process that doesn't involve much experience and is relatively inexpensive? Thanks so much for your speedy response (i need to figure this out soon as its in conjunction with the coming Solar Eclipse on August 1st). Luke