You're doing an amazing job with this, Sean! Thanks for all your efforts!
Thanks for working on it. This is a great resource I am still learning my way around on. I can imagine it is a huge task to keep up with it all.
Heck, some of us can make those kind of mistakes when we're not jet-lagged. It's just that I hate to lose a roll of film, as you do also.
Thanks John, I'll get it for sure!
I heard the the original people who owned polariod were going to buy it back. This in mind they also had plans for the instant film market too.
BTW, his new book is available in october
Nah, I'm kind of reactionary. Not so much emotionally but in action. I saw no need for it. It's already gone. Could have sold it but then I would have had to clean it and store it and wait for money. That kind of thing. I did not deem it worth the effort. Already had an offer for film in trade. Oh well. That's what I get. No regrets, though. It is gone and the waste of the original purchase has passed.
You could sell it for good money here. Plenty of us like to use them. I have two combiplan tanks so I can process lots of film at once. (I'm not in the market for more though)
The best way to use combiplans, in my opinion, is with multiple tanks... at least two tanks. Then you just move the neg carrier from one tank into the next. So you prepare the two or three tanks with light son and just go from there. I never got along with a single tank, too messy.
Good job! Really nice images.
P.S. If you really want to keep things simple and streamlined, you might consider monobath. I think if I had such severely limited space, I'd definitely consider that route. That'd be really easy in a single combiplan tank.... or single tray, for that matter.
I have spent a lot of of hours in the darkroom over many years, but25000,thats a lot even for me,Richard