Found paper.

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Mike Kennedy, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Mike Kennedy

    Mike Kennedy Member

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    There were 10 boxes of 11x14 Kodak paper at my local thrift shop this morning.As to be expected, 4 of them had been opened and the paper leafed through.I did take home 2.One is marked Kodak KNP, the other is Kodak KRPM.
    Looks interesting but what the heck is it?
     
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    someone else may be able to add personal history and use but google gives this
    PDF.
     
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    These are PMT diffusion transfer papers. The negative is usually exposed in a graphic arts camera and run through a processor together with the positive paper. From the days of cut and paste artwork.
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    Thanks guys
    Good starting point to learn about this prodct.
     
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