Good initiative, thank you for your efforts. In terms of chemicals would you sell Pyrocat HD as A + B solutions or sell the components so we cam mix our own? Shipping across the border for this developer is quite expensive.
"There's more to the picture
Than meets the eye." - Neil Young
Good day to you all in BC!
This is a good question BradleyK.
I'm quite flexible, and ready to handle some speciality products.
In regards with the 50 rolls packs, if you do the math, each film in the box costs averages around 10 to 15 cents lower than a single film in a box.
I fully understand that it ends up to 5-plus dollars at the end of the road, and in the past, I do remember that some sessions I did were a multi-rolls jobs.
Unless I have a known amount of the required quantity in a given time-frame, I can hardly keep it as a regular stock.
There are multiple options to run around this kind of request, and more is to come.
I presently push on the web-site modifications, and few specific items you guys seem to be interested in, and I do not discard the option of a special-order capability for this kind of situation.
I know this can be challenging, but are any Kodak products slated to be added to your list?
The T-Max films, in 120 and 135, in particular.
And Polymax T print developer (aka Liquid Dektol).
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2
It took me quite a while to understand how to become registered. One must first register for the site before adding anything to a "cart". [That I've never seen before.] I want to buy Adinox Adinol and there are 14 bottles in Buddy's inventory, yet no way to add any to my cart.
Overall, the website is frustrating.
Larry in Kingston.
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