From: Alex Stockwell (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Sep 25 2010 - 12:57:37 PDT
Thanks for your response and info. I am going to send my exposed film to
dwayne's in Kansas (dwaynesphoto.com), which, as far as I know, is the last
lab that is capable of processing Kod 40 and will stop at the end of the
year. Dwayne's offers a 3 stop max for pushing which is why I'm posing this
I will also be shooting with a stereoscopic lens, so let me know if you have
any tips on that front. The lens I am using is not terribly fast (f2.8),
but I might abandon the stereo in favor of faster lenses if these tests
don't pan out.
On Sat, Sep 25, 2010 at 5:13 AM, David Woods <email suppressed>wrote:
> Alex re. pushing Kod 40 2/3 stops,
> It's little help perhaps, but I requested such special treatment with some
> 16mm stock in the early 70's; the response from the Kodak lab was "no way!"
> As I said, that's hardly helpful.
> But it allows me to ask you how / where you are getting your Kod 40
> processed as I have a pair of 16mm rolls, shot as stereo pairs, that I'd
> like to think the quality of processing matches the quality of
> You might couple your desire for illumination by push-rating, with
> diminution of the fps of your camera, and appropriate choice of fast lens.
> Indeed, as a back-up, if your choice of camera allows it, I'd spend a
> time with time-exposures which are GUARANTEED to capture a unique record if
> all else fails, and might just ... but that's me. Good luck.
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