From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 09 2008 - 02:50:25 PST
The trouble is that Kodachrome II can't really be
processed anywhere on the planet anymore. Even the
more recent Kodachrome (K14 instead of K12) can now
only be processed at Dwaynes but they don't do the
People try to get around this by processing the film
as B&W instead. Kodachrome is a bit tricky tho as I
think it has a remjet backing (can't remember off the
top of my head).
You could try asking around at the star and shadow to
see if anyone there has done it ever or fancies a go
but other than that maybe it is best to send it to the
u.s. as the dollar is still preety low against the
--- Peter Snowdon <email suppressed> wrote:
> dear frameworkers,
> last night, a friend who is leaving for two years to
> guatemala handed me a small plastic bag containing
> three rolls of undeveloped kodachrome II, which he
> said must be at least 20 years old. if they still
> contain any images, they will be of his early
> a quick search on the net reveals a few labs in the
> US who process KII to b/w negative. however, i can't
> find anyone in europe offering a similar service.
> (super8 reversal in rotterdam specifically say they
> don't do this).
> does anyone have any leads this side of the water
> which could help me? i know i have two years before
> laurent turns up again demanding to see results, but
> i figure prices will only go up over that time while
> 'traditional' craft skills and obscure chemcial
> formulae are forgotten or lost, so i'd like to start
> the process(ing) sooner rather than later:)
> thanks in advance,
> peter snowdon
> brussels, belgium/newcastle, uk
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.
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