From: Jim Carlile (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Apr 30 2008 - 20:51:15 PDT
It would look bad, and there would be some film speed problems as well that
would need to be compensated for. The advantage to reversal is that you have a
projectable print, otherwise you might as well just go with negative.
In a message dated 4/30/2008 8:26:04 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
email suppressed writes:
just out of curiosity why can't the film be developed as a negative,
skipping the reversal bleach step and then printed like any B/W neg film?
On Apr 30, 2008, at 10:59 PM, Jim Carlile wrote:
Call them all. Or try here:
They can all do it if they want to. Just in different ways-- they can use
the same Plus-X even, or go interneg, or they might even have some reversal
print stock left around.
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