Re: Ilfochrome classic....... Very sad experience...

From: Jon Lybrook ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 09/22/04-08:15:27 PM Z
Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.44.0409222004400.14151-100000@terabear.com>

Make chemigrams - and show new, true, alt-photo experimenters how to do
the same. Get a grant and hold some workshops at schools!
 
Start here; http://chemigramist.com

Be astounded at the silver and what it can do, not a broke, dejected,
mean, and frustrated republi-perfectionist, longing for the glory days.
Sounds like you've got a lifetime supply. Live it, brother! :-)

Jon

> > I went to a liquidation sale at one of the best Ilfochrome
> > printers in Cleveland Ohio. It was very sad to see the marvelous
> > equipment all dismantled and flung about haphazardly..... Those buying
> the
> > stuff had no idea of what accessories went to what............ 10 Durst
> > enlargers, huge processors , refrigerated storerooms all being emptied out
> > for a few pennies of what the stuff cost in the glory days of film...
> > ..............
> > The said that they could not pay the payroll any longer , the
> gas
> > was shut off.. Bankruptcy lawyers were the only ones that made out
> > ...........Very sad, very sad indeed...........
> > I had purchased a entire refrigerated storeroom full of paper,
> > most of which is Ilfochrome... Does anyone have any suggestions on what to
> > do with a van load of it? Has anyone tried reusing the Ilfochrome for
> Alt
> > purposes?
> > John Cremati
> >
> >
>
>
Received on Wed Sep 22 20:16:15 2004

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