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This isn't a question, but a statement of something that happened to me. I had several 8 x 10 and 3 x 4 framed prints hanging close to the front window of a gallery for about 6 months. There was an awning hanging over the front of the building, so no direct light came in (or at a very low angle and never directly touched my prints). I hadn't applied UV spray to them because I had done some pastel pencil on them. Well, when I went to pick them up, I was astounded. They had ALL faded pretty badly. I had a red rose that was turned to a light pink and had lost it's detail.
So, I just wanted to issue a warning that it can happen and not in direct or even strong indirect light. Unfortunately, I don't know an answer to this and I don't know what to tell the people to whom I've sold some of these in the past. I'm just wondering what to do with my prints now!
-- Leslie Parker (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 21, 2003
My goodness! That's terrible! Can you tell us more about those prints. Emulsion transfers/image transfers? What paper etc.
-- Henrik Frejborg (email@example.com), May 22, 2003.