Re: Bromo-iodide Silver Gelatin Emulsion as an Alternative process.

From: Michael Koch-Schulte ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/20/05-08:19:37 PM Z
Message-id: <012101c5d5e5$e29b9000$a600a8c0@Sweetwood>

Try the WayBack Machine...

http://web.archive.org/web/20020308095723/http://rmp.opusis.com/documents/photoemulsions/photoemulsions.htm

~m
p.s. It's big...took awhile for me to download...

T. E. Andersen wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> Halvor posted this quite some time ago (quoted in full below, due to
> age of original posting). I'm mostly off alt-process at the moment
> (:-((), but am starting to read up slightly on silver emulsions. I
> have noticed that several people on this list has been making silver
> gelatin emulsions. Could anyone direct me to good sources of
> information, or even provide some practical experiences?
>
> The link that Halvor sent is now dead. Does anyone have a copy of the
> (previously) down-loadable book he mentioned?
>
> I'm would like to make glass plates in my lab. I bought a high quality
> lens suitable for very large formats, and would like to explore the
> possibility of making 11x14 (as well as other, special purpose
> formats) plates. Any emulsion that has been successfully made and
> coated with basic laboratory equipment (i.ee without sophisticated
> coating machines etc.) is of interest (ortho, panchromatic and IR).
>
> Best regards,
> Tom Einar Andersen
>
>
>
> Halvor wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> you might already know this, but
>>
>> This is a link to a book containing some info on the subject, (3.3
>> MB) I have not had time to read it, but a quick scan did give names
>> on some of this dyes, however beeing from 1929, it might be a bit
>> out of date, but it might be interesting anyway..
>>
>> http://rmp.opusis.com/documents/photoemulsions/photoemulsions.htm
>>
>> title :
>>
>> PHOTOGRAPHIC
>> EMULSIONS
>> THEIR PREPARATION AND COATING ON GLASS,
>> CELLULOID AND PAPER, EXPERIMENTALLY
>> AND ON THE LARGE SCALE
>>
>> (I would like to see a simple beginners recipie for negative making
>> if someone has it ?) (or link / book recomendation)
>>
>> Halvor
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