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plat·i·no·type

 (plăt′n-ō-tīp′)
n.
1. A process formerly used for making photographic prints, using a finely precipitated platinum salt and an iron salt in the sensitizing solution to produce prints in platinum black.
2. A print produced by platinotype.

platinotype

(ˈplætɪnəʊˌtaɪp)
n
(Photography) an obsolete process for producing photographic prints using paper coated with an emulsion containing platinum salts, the resulting image in platinum black being more permanent and of a richer tone than the usual silver image

platinotype

1. a photographic process in which a platinum salt is used in place of the more usual silver salts to produce a more permanent print.
2. a photographic print so made.
See also: Photography
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Eugene photographer Gary Tepfer says, "For scholars and students to have Laura Gilpin's `Lillian Gish, 1932' vintage platinum print in hand is entirely different from their simply looking at a reproduction in a book.
Taking advantage of the latest developments in printing plates, and adding to that two year's research into every aspect of the flexographic print process, from mounting tapes to ink types to stochastic screening algorithms, Platinum Print is a system developed specifically by FFP for FFP, matched to FFP's new generation printing equipment.
The photographs use different materials, ranging from cartes-de-visite, glassplate negatives, card photographs, albumen, silver gelatin prints and platinum prints," says Kumar.
You pick a career direction -- maybe you focus on making platinum prints of nudes -- and set off.
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