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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

    Quote Originally Posted by WayneStevenson View Post
    Your post "Bleach (2 part stock 1:1 makes very short shelf working):" was really useful to me in the past !!!!

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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

    Great work. Great link I just subscribed!

    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by WayneStevenson View Post
    Sorry I haven't checked in, in years. I'm coming back. Real soon. Have lots I want to play with. At any rate, I did document my experimentation on Flickr. For those of you wanting to see the progression that I had started with to the end that you seen as the original post, here's it is.

    I believe throughout I have been shooting it at ISO 3. Colour tinting I have found is caused entirely from first development.

    The thread is here: https://www.flickr.com/groups/101104...7642870149194/

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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pere Casals View Post
    Your post "Bleach (2 part stock 1:1 makes very short shelf working):" was really useful to me in the past !!!!
    Hahaha. The shelf life of it caught me by surprise. Luckily I caught on quick and didn't waste any time when my image was wonky.

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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

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    Great work. Great link I just subscribed!

    Thank you!
    Glad you guys are are enjoying and/or making use of my post.

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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

    Doing a little research on reversal processes and Ive seen clearing baths with sodium sulfite alone and baths with sodium metabisulfite. What would be the reason to pick one over the other?

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    Re: Paper Negative Reversal Process (In camera positives)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Beasley View Post
    Doing a little research on reversal processes and Ive seen clearing baths with sodium sulfite alone and baths with sodium metabisulfite. What would be the reason to pick one over the other?
    Hello there,

    metabisulfite was sooooo much cheap and easier to find around here.

    I read that both do the same so...

    I hope it helped.

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