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    1,2,3 in order of interest with 1 & 2 being of equal interest.

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    My preference is 2 and 3. Looks like I am in the minority. Probably 2 as highest priority.
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    I'm working on that #2 Don. Neither of us liked that ammonia odor in the current formula, but I've had 5 failures out of 5 with the new method. Oh well.

    PE

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    My intrest would be #3,#1, #2 in that order.

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    In order, I am interested in Azo, Film (slow is better) then enlarging paper.

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    AZO.... by far my most pressing need.

    Thanks PE, for all your efforts in this area. Now, if you could just get JandC to coat your AZO emulsion......

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    My highest interest is in film emulsion (2), but I do have an interest in the other areas as well.

    Thanks for your work, PE. (And sign me up for a book when you publish!)
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    In my case I am interested in 2, 1, and 3, in that order.

    I am at the moment interested in seeing a film emulsion, which isn't too complicated, keeps well (in the best case up to 5-6 months) and gives repeatable results, which I am able to coat on glass.

    Easy and repeatable is key for me - I can live with coating say, 10-12 plates and use them within one or two days time. Speed is not a big problem, I am happy with something like iso 6-12. The long term aim is to be able to be self sufficient enough to make salt/albumen prints from my own glass plates.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    #2 should not be a problem as long as film is made & someone is willing to cut it to my formats.
    #3 should also continue since many digital users want to imitate the analog look.
    #1 is my chief concern. Hand coating paper for contact printing, whether by brush, rod or another device, is very appealing.
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    Number 2, I can contact print several processes if nobody makes paper anymore. Gotta have film or plates to photograph....EC

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