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Old 06-18-2019   #16
KenR
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Just like sepiareverb, I have found that humidity is the most important factor in how the prints dry. In winter with low humidity in NY, the prints dry hard and curly even though they dry face down on screens. They develop nasty edge folds when they are mounted with a dry mount press. In summer, with much higher humidity levels the prints feel moister (to me) and flatten easily under a book and mount perfectly with the dry mount press. I would print all summer, except that with the good weather I would rather be out shooting.
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