Re: Developing dryplates

From: Timo Sund ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/16/04-02:19:09 AM Z
Message-id: <4170D97D.5030303@palaios.com>

IŽd be intersted.

Robert W. Schramm wrote:

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> Since it is independent of time and temperature (more or less) I believe
> I would try a two-solution developer such as DIAFINE or D-23 which is no
> longer commercially available but I can give you the formula if you want
> it.
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> Bob Schramm
> Check out my web page at:
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> http://www.SchrammStudio.com
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> &gt;From: Timo Sund &lt;timo@palaios.com&gt;
> &gt;Reply-To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> &gt;To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> &gt;Subject: Developing dryplates
> &gt;Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 16:24:36 +0300
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> &gt;This question come up to me as one friend bought old platecamera and
> &gt;it included several exposed dryplates undeveloped. They are some
> &gt;80years old. How he should develope them?
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> &gt;--
> &gt;Timo Sund
> &gt;Palaios Photos
> &gt;Finland
> &gt;http://palaios.com
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Timo Sund
Palaios Photos
Finland
http://palaios.com
Received on Sat Oct 16 02:20:01 2004

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