ROHRER & KLINGNER Leipzig-Co.DIAPHOTO - Translucent Dye
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Thus it came in the 1980s that these watery colours completely replaced the oil-paint and watercolours in the retouching technique. The Diaphoto translucent dyes consist of colourants solved in water. As the pigments are highly concentrated, the dye can be diluted to an infinite number of shades. The dye itself has a lower lightfastness than airbrush colours. Our range 31 comprises 42 tones (including white) of selected nuances and high brilliance. Compatible to almost any photographic paper, Diaphoto translucent dyes suit for a range of applications in photography, but especially for nostalgic techniques. Furthermore, it can be adopted for airbrush-work on paper, cardboard or similar materials. On demand, we can offer processing specifications for the dye. Additional notes can be found here.
Diaphoto Translucent Dye
Diaphoto Translucent Dye
Diaphoto Translucent Dye
Diaphoto Translucent Dye
    
5. Diaphoto translucent dye, range 31

Like photography itself, retouching is renown for its vivid history. Only a few years after the black-and-white argentiferous photography had been established (the 1860s), the idea of colouring the images manually has been implemented. The aniline colour, too, was introduced in those years. This dye, suited for the then popular albumen prints, was even more adaptive for the gelatine emulsion prints that were developed later.
   
available in the following sizes:
12 ml, 30 ml and 250 ml.
Diaphoto Translucent Dye
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