Re: chromoskedasic sabattier

From: br photog ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/14/05-12:28:46 PM Z
Message-id: <20051014182846.7E2E9D5C8@smtpout-3202.bay.webtv.net>

Chris, I still do stabilization but stopped using Kodak's stuff years ago. Try Porter Camera"s brand , available in liter bottles.

-----Original Message-----
From: Christina Z. Anderson
Sent: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 06:52:52 -0700
To: Alt List
Subject: chromoskedasic sabattier

Good morning all!
My alt darkroom will be set up this weekend, had great sabattier gang labs
at the university with all 24 students getting successful sabattiers, life
is good...

I had such good luck with a couple sabattier methods this time around: one
was the duotone sabattier where the redeveloper is laced with a liberal dose
of potassium bromide. The other was the Jolly chromoskedasic sabattier, a
chemical form of the process.

My question is this: I ran out of the SII and the S30 activator/stabilizer
chemistry, and now if I want to order more of it, I have to do so in 2 1/2
gallon amounts! This is a bit pricey and would last too many years; anyone
know what are the chems in those solutions so I could mix my own? I think
not too long ago someone did say something to this effect, Ryuji or Richard,
maybe?
Chris
Received on Fri Oct 14 12:29:08 2005

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