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    Angry How can I print a photo into a journal?

    I know about liquid emulsion but I think you need a darkroom for that right? Is there a way to print a photo into a journal (either digitally or filmly) without destroying the whole journal or using a darkroom?



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    Re: How can I print a photo into a journal?

    You could make a print and fasten it to the page, with archival tape.
    Just a thought..
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    Re: How can I print a photo into a journal?

    Unless the page can be remove there is not any way to print on the page, unless you use a custom modified ink jet printer. Liquid emulsion is a darkroom wet process.

    If you modify a laser printer so the toner is not fixed by the fuser. You can transfer the toner to the page and use sheet of fuser material and an iron set to 350 deg. F to fix it to the page.

    And there is alway the iron on transfer sheets.
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