To create a truly unique print, paint it onto a sheet of watercolour paper or a piece of fabric. The L.E. may also be used to make glass plate negatives & as an alternative coating for Tintypes. Other surfaces include, though not restricted to Timber, Ceramics and metal.
The emulsion is supplied with a hardener for easier processing. The application is pretty straight forward, though testing is recommended with a subbing layer such as photographic grade gelatin.
A fairly high speed emulsion with high silver content, producing a neutral to slightly warm image tone depending upon developer type.