Re: sf s8 processing

From: miriam jayne martins sampaio (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Mar 28 2008 - 08:41:10 PDT

thank you Jeanne and Freya!!!
> Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 11:07:00 -0400
> From: email suppressed
> Subject: Re: sf s8 processing
> To: email suppressed
> Well maybe a few brain cells or lung cells or liver cells ;) --. no I
> have processed both VNF and Em-26 or whatever it is with the E6 kit
> as well and it all works just fine. You can split chemical hairs for
> color shift etc but if you want that just send it out for proper
> processing. (Also PacLab in NYC does daily runs of ekta.)
> I hate those Lomo and G-3 tanks, sorry Miriam, too fussy for the
> likes of me. Buckets if you like to do it in the dark with big gloves
> on, but my favorite is negative processing tanks with the spirals
> removed. Perfect for super 8 and pretty much guarantees accidental
> beauty. Use ventilation and don't forget yr rubbers, lovers.
> xJeanne
>>Why not get a Tetenal E6 kit and give it a go?
>>A lot more fun that shipping it away, or throwing it away.
>>What have you got to lose but an hour in the bathtub?
>>- Pip Chodorov
> --
> Jeanne Liotta
> 240 East 4th st , #5A
> NY NY 10009
> 212.533.1320
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