Re: [Frameworks] processing color print stock with E6

From: Cherry Kino <>
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 10:15:11 +0100 (BST)

Hi Daniela!
Not sure about the blueness, maybe that particular print stock is incompatible for some reason with the E6 process I described. It is a cross process, so you won't get the same look as print film looks when processed in its usual way, and any longer in the chemicals and the blacks would disappear I think.
Was the E6 freshly mixed, or had you already used it to process something else? Because using it for different emulsions etc alters the chemistry.

Am not an expert on this, so sorry I can't help more! You could contact Etienne Caire from MTK lab in Grenoble (I've copied him into this email) who showed me this cool technique originally, perhaps he'll know more about different print stocks and their compatibility. When you find your answer, let me know!
HIs email is: or
x CK

--- On Wed, 13/4/11, Daniela Zahlner <> wrote:

From: Daniela Zahlner <>
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] processing color print stock with E6
To: "Experimental Film Discussion List" <>
Date: Wednesday, 13 April, 2011, 22:49

thank you both - your times are for reversal film. have you also tried print stock? i supposed it would be different...

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Wed, 13 Apr 2011 17:11:42 -0500
> Von: Lyndsay Bloom <>
> An:, Experimental Film Discussion List <>
> Betreff: Re: [Frameworks] processing color print stock with E6

> Hey Daniela! The times depend on the temperature of the chemicals. I've
> attached a chart that I use for hand processing color film. Good luck.
> Best,
> Lyndsay

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