So I've been playing around with cyanotypes, nothing fancy, just Jacquard AB solution on Somerset Heavyweight paper. When I'm finished with my first rinse, I'm super happy, there's a wide gradient of blues, great contrast, lots of depth. Second rinse with hydroperoxide, even happier, the image really 'pops'. But then, when the paper dries, all of the subtleties of the gradient disappears, and the image becomes really flat. I actually watch it disappear as it dries. I'm left with a super high contrast image that's either all prussian blue or all white. I can't decide if this is a matter of exposure time? Or is there something I'm not doing to "set" the image before it dries? Does it matter if the image is exposed to UV as it it drying? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.