From: Tony Conrad (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 29 2009 - 01:36:36 PDT
Oh, do anything you want.
If you get the film wet or dirty, and want it to be processed later by a lab,
rinse it off and carefully dry it (in the dark perhaps), without letting it stick
together (unless you want that to happen).
On Thu 10/29/09 3:44 AM , Nicky Hamlyn email suppressed sent:
> Better to process it first, especially if it's colour, otherwise there
> won't be any colour, unless you're going to process it afterwards,
> which you'd have to do yourself, as a lab wouldn't want to touch a
> film in that condition,
> Nicky Hamlyn.
> On 26 Oct 2009, at 15:06, Lisa Oppenheim wrote:
> > Dear Frameworkers-
> > Do you think film needs to be processed before
> burial/pickling/ > submerging in fluid?
> > Or can raw stock be treated this way as
> well?> Thanks!
> > Lisa
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