From: Sandy King (sanking@CLEMSON.EDU)
Date: 09/26/02-06:48:33 AM Z
There are two potential disadvantages in making enlarged negatives
with panchromatic film intended out outdoor use is, 1) the speed, and
2) having to handle and develop the film in total darkness. Use of a
neutral density filter or a timer with accurate exposures to .2 or .5
seconds should resolve the first issue. High B+F should not be a
concern with fresh materials and good technique.
>Maybe a silly question.
>Is normal film (25-100 ASA) OK for enlarged negatives, and why not
>(if not) (maybe to high B+F?).
>I made a connection with sales manager of EFKE, Croatia, who offers
>50 8x10 film for 60 EUR, so I would like to try it.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <mailto:email@example.com>Darryl Baird
>Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 11:35 AM
>Subject: Re: Traveling Portfolio 2002B - Deadline Extended
>I couldn't any address for you Dave, so I guess I need one. Thanks
>for the wake up call.
>>Sorry I meant 10/15/2002.
>>>I have extended the deadline for the next round of traveling
>>>portfolio to Sunday, 9/15/2002. Anyone who is interested please
>>>see the information at
>>>The above is the rule for previous round, but everything except
>>>the submission date is the same.
>>>If you want to contribute a print, please contact me offlist, and
>>>I will email you the mailing address to send your prints.
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