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    Drying Fuji FP-100C Prints

    Hello!

    I'm new to APUG but not so much the world of film photography ;-)

    I just started a blog to help promote the use of film. I've written a couple of articles on Fuji's instant films. If you have some time check out these posts.

    Drying Fuji FP-100C Prints

    Bleaching Fuji Instant Films

    Thank you!

    -Justin

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    Great idea for drying the prints. What do you do with the negatives? The problem I find with the negatives is that there's the developing residue (pinkish color stuff) towards the edge of the negative, which stays wet for quite some time. I either need to bring around a napkin with me to wipe it off or find some way to store (let dry) multiples without touching each other.

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    I just stick them in a Moleskin. No muss, no fuss. The Moleskin I use is the type that folds out like an accordion.

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    Aaron,

    I just rip off the excess paper and developer residue that's on the negative and stick that inside the box to dry as well. Once it's dry (5-10 minutes) I move them closer to each other to make more room for other prints & negatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. Lointain View Post
    I just stick them in a Moleskin. No muss, no fuss. The Moleskin I use is the type that folds out like an accordion.
    I was talking about the prints not the negatives to be clear.



 

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