Ahhh - the joy of experimenation

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by htmlguru4242, Apr 20, 2006.

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    Ok, so in my quest for do-it yourself color, while I wait for my C-41 developer, I'm trying to, erm, have some fun wiht the local minilab.

    I've taken some of the Ektachrome that I have (like 20 rolls - what am I EVER going to do with that much old film) and developed it after shooting in B&W dev. I've bleached, cleared, washed and re-exposed it, loaded it into a Kodak Max 400 GC cansiter and sent it off to CVS for developing. I'm hoping for some interesting (but oddly colored) positives.
     
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    They came out entirely blue - aargh; though some [color!] image is visible in the background...


    Well, whatever, next to try the rest of hte E-6 roll as just straight negatives.