Anyone tried Kodachrome developed in Rodinal ?

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  1. gsgary

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    I was given a bag full of out of date film last year (20 rolls) 1 of them was a Kodachrome 50 and i hate throwing things away

    Here's one
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    Is that from Kodachrome ? Any technical details, e.g. developing time, film speed used, etc. ?
     
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    Yes Kodachrome 50 i have just come back from the pub i will post details tomorrow

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    I did a bunch, but had trouble with the red mask color that I can't "clear" I was told there was a chemical I could add to make special fixer style "bleach" that would clear it.

    I just stand develop Rodinal 1:100 for 1 hour with agitation every 20 minutes.

    The exposure looks correct if only the dark red hue could be cleared...


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    They look good, i use 1+100 1 hour stand and negs have a red tint
     
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    So is that a border terrier??
     
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    No he is a Lakeland terrier
     
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    Beautiful dog.
     
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    Thankyou he has been a great dog he is 3 1/2 years

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    Thanks, but they aren't printable with the red cast, only scan them, and it gets darker after a few days.

    I would like to fully clear it, any thoughts on that?


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