On Sat, 14 Jul 2001 04:57:00 -0400 Dave Buyens (email@example.com)
> For black & white film that is very dense, there is something called
> farmer's reducer that chemically washes some of the denseness from the
And the image too, if you aren't careful:)
> Assuming you have color negatives, you might want to investigate if
> such a
> thing works for you too? Maybe someone on the list knows?
> Dave B.
There are selective bleaches for E6, but I don't know if they would work
at all on colour neg. Probably not. They are expensive, toxic and complex,
and I think you will have to make them up from raw chemical formulae.
Unfortunately I am having a hard time recalling where I saw the recipes...
If the worst comes to the worst, duping onto slide stock may work, using
increased exposure to cancel some of the density.
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