I have seen many ads for prints on silver gelatin. What is this silver gelatin? Is it a type of FB or RC paper? A homebrew? Is it the liquid emulsion you can buy in a bottle? Are there any qualities that would make it more desireable over FB paper?
Sorry Lee I didn't mean to sound that way. just trying for a little humour. One of the first places I saw a Silver Jello Print, I mean silver gelatin (thanks a lot Flotsam!) was at a upper crust high society gallery showing and the artist wore elaborate outfit, hugh glasses and a pink berrett. Don't know if he was showing the work or himself? Both I guess. Looked straight out of a bad sterotype hollywood movie. Some of the work was ok (IMHO) but most of it I didn't like. I have seen the term used several times since and most of the work was very good (again IMHO). Thanks all for clearing that up, thought I was missing something.lee said:This nomenclature just defines the work more precisely. If you want to think of it as a snooty or elite term so be it, but it is at least accurate.
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