From: Bryan McKay (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Nov 26 2007 - 09:18:34 PST
Given what I know about reversal stock and the instructions on
Kodak's website (process in total darkness, no safelight, etc.), I
would say it's a risky proposition using any sort of light. I've done
some Rayograms with hi-con in total darkness without much of a
problem getting things sorted out and was quite happy with the
results. You might not get precision, but doing this sort of
technique is more about process than precision anyhow.
On Nov 26, 2007, at 11:39 AM, j.l. chouinard wrote:
> i hate to ask a basic question, but...
> is there any particular light that ektachrome 100d is NOT sensitive
> to? i plan on doing some photogram stuff on this stock and i would
> like the option to see what i am doing rather than working in
> complete darkness.
> justin chouinard
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