E6 - Green Dmax

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by blackandwhitesquare, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. blackandwhitesquare

    blackandwhitesquare Member

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    First of all as a newbe want to say hallo to everyone.
    During E6 process I by mistake polluted developer with stabilizer, and have now ugly green Dmax on Ektachrome. Is it posoble to make it black again (maybe some other bath) or I can throw it away?

    I used E6 tetenal colortec 3bath kit.
     
  2. tnabbott

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    Welcome! I am not sure of the answer to your question, but it seems unlikely you can remedy the error now because the issue relates to the developer phase. Just my 2 cents, but not that informed.
     
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    Toss that one away and chalk it up to lesson learned. Once the developer is contaminated it's all over, and the fat lady has sung.
     
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    thanks, I have been sure all is gone ;]
    yep, lesson learned,
    thanks