Re: What would happen if you ran color print film through the camera?

From: robbie (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 22 2006 - 10:01:00 PDT


ive used the 3383, 7383 and 3393 color print stock in
bolex under daylight. i cant remember the approx. asa
rating, but it was low around 4 or 8 asa. maybe you
know better with your 7386. if you have enough footage
you should experiment with filters. the color image
will be quite distorted and saturated. for example,
without filters my image under daylight was a deep
magenta almost monochromatic.

--- Adrian Tagmenveca <email suppressed> wrote:

> I'm thinking of buying some Color Print Film 7386
> and trying some of those hand printing techniques
> like running bi-packed print film with my negative
> through a bolex pointed at a light source, or on a
> steenbeck, synchronizer, ect. But what would happen
> if I ran the 7386 through the camera straight? It
> would produce a positive image I guess, but what
> would it look like? Anyone ever tried this?
>
> -Adrian "What If?" Tagmenveca
>
>
> Richlands, VA.
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