I recently managed to score a big lot of Fuji Superia 400 at a dirt cheap price and I want to do some Sabattier effects with it. I have a pretty good idea on what I'm doing and I don't mind making mistakes, but I have some questions I want to ask before starting. Most of them regarding to your personal opinion + experience. How is Superia at the Sabattier effect? (curiously, how is slide film at this?) I heard that it is best to do a 4 stop underexposure (in camera) if I were to flash the film, and do a massive push development. Is this true? Does the color of the light that I use to flash the film change the final outcome? Eg, Tungsten vs. Flourescent lightbulbs. Is it better to leave Sabattier effect at the printing stage? Has anyone ever done a Sabattier print of an "Sabattiered" negative? I am aware of the Solarization Demystified website: http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/wljeme/SOUTLINE.html which seems to use Solarization and Sabattier interchangeably, and also spells Sabattier as Sabatier (Wikipedia spells it on the former). I hope that I'm using the terms correctly, and I thank you for your input.