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    Steve;

    The basic chemistry and physics of reversal and negative products are against you. Try developing some C41 film in the E6 color developer, then bleach, wash, fix, wash and stabilze/rinse. You will get foggy negatives due to the nature of the "required" E6 chemistry. Color negative and color reversal require very very different chemistries during color development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Steve;

    The basic chemistry and physics of reversal and negative products are against you. Try developing some C41 film in the E6 color developer, then bleach, wash, fix, wash and stabilze/rinse. You will get foggy negatives due to the nature of the "required" E6 chemistry. Color negative and color reversal require very very different chemistries during color development.

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    true its shitty.
    "Its my profession to hijack time" ~ Stephen Frizza.

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    i hate to say it, but i think they DID do this,
    but unfortunately you have to use a different
    sort of contraption to take the photographs
    and you don't use photochemistry to get
    the images .....

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