From: Robert Newcomb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 08/29/02-11:28:44 AM Z
Can the"magic" in a pyro negative be transferred to an enlarged negative if it
too is developed in pyro? Please excuse my ignorance...because, well that's
what I am and why I'm asking.
Carl Weese wrote:
> Pyro negatives shouldn't be difficult to use for making conventional
> enlarged negatives. But if enlarged negatives is the sole goal, why bother?
> HC110 will work just fine.---Carl
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> >From: Robert Newcomb <email@example.com>
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: Enlarged negs from pyro negs
> >Date: Thu, Aug 29, 2002, 7:20 AM
> > Hello,
> > Many people praise the virtues of pyro for developing negatives to be
> > used when platinum printing and the pyro stain color seems to work well
> > also when printing on variable contrast silver paper.
> > Does anybody have any information on whether pyro is a good choice for
> > the in camera neg if its going to be used only as an intermediate step
> > towards an enlarged film negative? How does film react to the pyro
> > stain density vs a silver density? Otho film different then pan film?
> > thank you,
> > Robert Newcomb
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