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Re: Chlorobromide & Dassonville Charcoal black paper
First of all since I'm starting from scratch ANY Silver formula would be interesting. I don't need Ilford's secrets. Is this Silver Cloride contact speed formula that secret? I'm sure the chemists on the list already have an idea what is in it. silver nitrate, etc.
I want hand coating so it doesn't look like it was applied at a factory. That's my attraction to alt.
There must be some formulas in public domain after 50-100 years?
So any ideas wil be appreciated!
>Mac Legrandi wrote:
>> Can anyone share some chlorobromide (or "classic silver-chloride contact-speed paper") emulsion formulas?
>This is a little like asking Ilford to give you the formula for
>Multigrade Warmtone: not only is it proprietary, but it depends on
>enormous coating machines, tightly controlled manufacturing, etc. This
>was so of the many 'classic silver-chloride contact-speed papers' which
>were all factory-made materials. What you are looking for would be a
>chloride-only, contact-speed version of Liquid Light.. If such a formula
>exists I'd be interested in knowing it too.
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