Re: MACO Genius printfilm

From: kris ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/27/05-06:50:55 PM Z
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i exposed the 'geniusfilm' from some dense Agfa Scala transparencies,
overdeveloping in rodinal (for density for cyanotype).
from what i recall, the exposures were fairly lengthy--1-2 min. or
longer--but it *was* a few years ago now.

it's probably best to waste one sheet (better: a half sheet) on a test,
using 10 second intervals.

luck
k

Marilyn wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I've asked this at another web site, but thought this may be the place I
> should be asking.
>
> I am about to experiment making 8 X 10 negatives, via an enlarger, using
> Cachet, MACO Genius printfilm. Has anyone used this film before? If
> so, what developer do you use? Where would you start with your exposure?
>
> The negatives are to be used for cyanotypes and gums.
>
> Any comment would be appreciated. Thank you.
>
> Marilyn
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Received on Thu Jan 27 18:51:04 2005

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