From: ben d (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Nov 16 2006 - 12:58:26 PST
i've processed VNF as E-6 and had good results (very little colour shifting
with the first developer over concentrated to 80%. Was wondering more about
some of the older processes like ME-4 or 3. if anyone's interested i'll be
able to pass on some results next monday (rather uncertain test as the film
is 20 some years out of date).
>From: paula salhany <email suppressed>
>Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: Re: ektachrome vnf processing? any left (Handprocess as E-6)
>Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 07:47:24 -0600
>yes, e-6 is a pretty easy process. just make sure you follow the
>the chemical labels for mixing and make sure the temperature is correct.
>should get a picture. are you using a russian tank or bucket-style?
> > To add to this does anyone have experience with deveopling old
> > the contemporary e-6 process? Will i still get an image? What will the
> > colour shift be? If it was my own film i wouldn't worry but it's for
> > filmmaker and i want to get a picture irregadless of the colour shifts.
> > Thanks
> > ben
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