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As I presented in the March/April 2012 issue of View Camera magazine, the chrysotype is no longer a grainy, contrasty image, usually red. No longer do you have to humidify paper in the frequently vain hope you will actually get an image. Now you can print gold photographs that are fine grained and exhibit good tonal separation across a wide contrast range. Effortlessly and affordably, with a fine print every time and easily repeated for negative after negative.