Figure 11.1 Spray, CMY gum over salted paper © Christina Z. Anderson 2017. For this image I made a fully tonal salted paper print by first converting the image to monochrome and making the salt negative. Then I reopened the original color image, did a CMYK split, and printed CMY on top of the fully tonal salt image. Doing it this way, salt influences all colors with a slight antiquing of the overall color palette. Printing salt with the K negative of a CMYK split prints a less salt-dominant image because the salt only prints the blacks.

Chapter 11Printing Gum over Salted Paper

Figures 11.2–11.3 Lilli in Fog, left, salted paper; right, ...

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