Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6", White, 24 Sheets)

Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6", White, 24 Sheets)

Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6", White, 24 Sheets)

B&H # CYCWCP6624PW MFR # 16167174
Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6", White, 24 Sheets)

Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6", White, 24 Sheets)

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  • Pre-Treated for Cyanotype Printing
  • Expose in Sunlight, Process in Water
  • 100 lb Hot Press Fiber-Based Paper

Color: White

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (8 x 10

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (8 x 10

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (8 x 10

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (8 x 10

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (8 x 10

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Cyanotype Store Cyanotype Paper (6 x 6

Size: 6 x 6"

5 x 7" 6 x 6" 8 x 10" 11 x 14"

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A fun and simple way to make prints of objects or negatives, this Cyanotype Paper from the Cyanotype Store is a 24-sheet pack of 6 x 6" white paper. This paper is pre-treated for cyanotype printing, which allows you to simply arrange your objects or film on top of the paper, expose using sunlight, and process by rinsing in water. The cyanotype process is archival and the 100 lb hot press fiber-based paper is durable, making it well-suited for repeated rinsing if toning the prints to achieve a different color effect.

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Size 6 x 6" / 15.2 x 15.2 cm
Material Pre-treated fiber-based paper
Basis Weight 100 lb
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