Kodachrome in B/W Chemistry

From: Ken Paul Rosenthal (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jun 14 2009 - 17:15:07 PDT

Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2009 14:28:03 -0700
From: Myron Ort <email suppressed>
Subject: Re: Kodachrome in B/W Chemistry

> what was your process for removing the Kodak backing from the reversal Kodachrome? The way I understand it, the crux of the matter is getting that stuff off your film after its processed.
btw, are you in the sf bayarea?

Myronhey myron,bonus points to you for using the word 'crux'--i love that word!really no trick that i'm aware of. maybe that's why my footage came out the way it did. i simply processed it the way i described it in my last posting. re-reading those steps, i was confused--as i was back in '97--as to whether or not 're-develop' meant the first step or the second 're-developer'. but i'm pretty certain i simply ran it thru the first developer, as in 'develop it again. you could always test process a 6-inch strip. ken
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