Salt prints tests 2017 v1.0

I know that it is a failure as a controlled test, if I change such a huge variable like is the paper from one test to the other it is not a valid test in an strict sense.

But it gives me a fair enough sense of what I can obtain with the other 2 variables: The coating and the negative.

So, lets start.

I’ve created three images from each negative: 1 without an coating, other with a coating of saline solution (from my sister’s first aid kit, she is a surgeon so have a lot of interesting stuff), and one with a variation of the formula presented by Joan Foncuberta in his book: “Photography Concepts and procedures. A methodological proposal”.

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Not coat, St. Couthbert’s watercolor paper 300 grs.
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Gelatin with Sodium citrate and sodium chloride coating, St. Couthbert’s watercolor paper 300 grs.
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Saline solution coating, Durex paper (not the best one for this but I like the results) 240 grs.
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