My experimental photo class was just given an assignment to make prints with "Selectacolor." It is a process of coating with uv sensitive pigments and exposing much like a cyanotype. The problem is that there is virtually no literature on this technique. The only instructions we have are the ones that came with the Rockland pigments, which are vague at best. There is nothing that any of us can find online, and my instructor hasn't even made a successful print. My whole class is very frustrated, everyone is doing the same thing and having a different freakish result....I'm beginning to think that the stuff just doesn't work (which would explain why no one knows anything about it). If anyone has used it and knows what my class is doing wrong I would appreciate the input. Or if anyone has tried it and agrees that it is junk I would feel better too.