Re: [Frameworks] B&W innerneg

From: Lyra Hill (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Nov 17 2010 - 11:50:13 PST

Yes, this is a blow up from super8 negative (actually Plus-x reversal
developed negative). I think I'm going to print to 7302 on the JK, then take
it to an internegative, and use that internegative to make multiple prints
with optical soundtracks, again on 7302. Seems as though this is the general
best-quality consensus.

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:

> You could have the PlusX developed to a lower gamma to cut back
> contrast build-up a bit; grain you'll have some as compared to an
> internegative or master pos stock, but... it could look good...
> Double X will certainly add a bunch of grain.
> Are you asking then, what you should print to on your JK ? (not quite
> clear to me the steps),
> this is a blow up from the Super8 negative source ?
> -Sam
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