Boost blues in home C41

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by neelin, Oct 24, 2010.

  1. neelin

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    Are there any physical or chemical nudges to home C41 processing that could drift the results towards the equivalent of using an 80A/BorC filter during exposure?

    i.e how to not lose daylight ISO rating under tungsten exposure/push the yellow coupling or increase the b/w density of the yellow layer?
     
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    Without a filter you can simply add more exposure and that really does help. Doesn't solve your problem of wanting to keep the same EI though.
     
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    Got a pH meter?
     
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