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What are the differences between these color dyes ...

What are the differences between these color dyes and the oil colour for retouching photographs?
Asked by: Sharon
The Marshall Retouching Color Group 3 for Black & White or Color Prints is a water-based dye retouching set, while the Marshall Retouching Introductory Photo Oil Set (B&H # MAMSISN), for example, is an oil paint set.
Answered by: Michael S
Date published: 2024-06-19

Would this work for a scratched digital print on ...

Would this work for a scratched digital print on 310 g/m2 paper? The print was originally done on An HP Z Series printer with HP Vivid. Thanks
Asked by: Andrew
The Marshall Retouching Retouching Color Group 3 for Black & White or Color Prints will not work for a scratched digital print on 310 g/m2 paper
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2020-06-10

Do these work for any sort of RC photo paper - ...

Do these work for any sort of RC photo paper - glossy, mat and luster? I do both darkroom color and B/W print.
Asked by: TAKUYA
The Marshall Retouching Color Group 3 for Black & White or Color Prints can be used on different surface prints. I do find it is best on matt paper. And with any retouching dies you need to test it first as it is might not be the best for the specific paper you are using.
Answered by: Rob K
Date published: 2021-12-14

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Marshall retouching colors:Are these water based ie: clean up with water?Second: are these very permanent or ?
Asked by: Anonymous
They are liquid but they are dyes so no they do not clean up with water and they are permanent. They were developed for retouching silver gelatin prints from the darkroom but you can use them with inkjet prints. The results will vary with paper you use. i.e. some papers are more porous so you have to use a very fine brush and ideally cotton gloves so you are not leaving fingerprints while working on the print. It is important to have a test print to test the colors and to experiment with how they react on the paper. It is very detailed and meticulous work to properly retouch a photo but you can use them for hand coloring to some degree. It is important to experiment and see what gives you the results you are looking for. Have Fun!!
Answered by: Candice E.
Date published: 2020-03-24
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