I think this post is mostly addressed to Keith and Walker but will thank any entry coming from whoever is already working with the process in the subject line.
I’m copy-pasting my post to FB pt/pd group:
Any one out there making Malde Ware pt/pd prints ? I’m not sure I’m taming the beast or is it me that I’m tamed by it. I dare to say prints look better using MW chems than some other Pt/Pd before this one but then I wonder how long are your regular exposure times for digital negs and film negs too. Was testing today a film neg made with HP5 on an 8x10 sheet because this is a well known neg. Also tested printing a collodion neg on glass. Both used a bit too long time to expose correctly. I’d say longer than with any other Pt/Pd I had used before. Any insight, ideas, experiences, etc will be thanked. Cheers all
What really made me wonder about this is the speed of MW emulsion compared to other processes like “regular” or traditional pt/pd systems existing before. My prints are taking much longer exposure times than almost any other process. Any hint will be appreciated. This be it with film negs or digital negs, of course.