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Re: Info for a newbie
I'm not sure if will live it up to your non-technical requirements, but Jan
Arnow, THE HANDBOOK OF ALTERNATIVE PROCESSES (New York: Van Nostrand
Reinhold, 1980) is pretty comprehensive. You'll probably have to find in a
library, however, as its been out of print for some time. William Crawford,
KEEPERS OF LIGHT is still very much a standard reference, while John
Barnier's COMING INTO FOCUS and Richard Farber's HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHIC
PROCESSES bring things up to date a little bit.
Hope this helps,
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