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    You can also place the picture in boiling water to do an emulsion lift that you can use to do really cool effects. I use my Polaroid Automatic 100 and 360 more than I use my holders for my 4x5.
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    Thanks Willrea! I will look over that a little kore closely.

    Does any one have any sample shoots of the prints shot from a Mamiya RB?

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    Does anyone know if you can reclaim the negative from 100b as well as 100c?

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    not really. it is possible with some problems, but the results are not convincing. have a look at this page:

    http://new55project.blogspot.com/201...post_6525.html

    it's not possible at all with 3000b. by the way: emulsion transfer doesn't work with either b&w fuji pack film, at least I have not been capable doing this (if somebody has a solution I would be very much interested). however, b&w scans from 100c can be nice.

    kind regards

    reinhard

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