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    Ray... you're a dirty old man. I respect that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1234 View Post
    Ray... you're a dirty old man. I respect that.
    Thanks!
    At heart, I'm actually more the "Bruce Wayne" type.

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    Well then, Batman Ray, being the altruistic philanthropist you are... I could use a few million dollars so I can retire. PayPal okay??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1234 View Post
    Well then, Batman Ray, being the altruistic philanthropist you are... I could use a few million dollars so I can retire. PayPal okay??
    Hummm.
    Good to know you are not the greedy type!
    There might be a small transaction fee you will need to take care of first - you don't mind do you?....

    I was deeply inspired by "The Millionaire" (see below). I was referring however, to Mr. Wayne's genteel nature... characterized by consideration and courtesy... a well-mannered and considerate man with high standards of proper behavior... free from vulgarity or rudeness.

    Unfortunately, in my case, Fate and Financial Wealth seems to be just as clueless as their sister Justice!

    Lets hope they find us both!

    Ray


    From Wikipedia:
    "The Millionaire" is a television drama anthology series that aired on CBS from January 19, 1955 to June 8, 1960.... The series explored the ways unexpected wealth changed life for better or for worse... The show centered around the stories of unknown people who were given, seemingly out of nowhere, one million dollars from a benefactor who insisted they [never] know him –

    He was John Beresford Tipton, sketched as a semi-retired industrialist, and shown obscured by one of his high-backed leather chairs. Viewers saw only his right arm as he reached for a cashier's check for one million dollars, each week, and handed it to his executive secretary... Michael Anthony. It was Anthony's job to travel and deliver that check to its intended recipient, staying only long enough to present the gift and then, customarily, leaving the recipient's life forever.


    I'm still waiting....

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    Ahhh, yes, loved that show.

    Of course, I never have forgotten Col. Humphrey J. Flack and his associate Garvey. If you can see one of those episodes you will see that it is a fitting insertion here.

    PE

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    Wow, almost a year to the day... coincidence I swear!

    http://new55project.blogspot.com/201...agent-iii.html
    and
    http://new55project.blogspot.com/201...-monobath.html

    This seems like such a fascinating thing, the monobath. Just wanted to see if I could reinvigorate some discussion and share.
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe

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    PE you mentioned early in this tread that d76 can develop AND fix certain films
    and you later mentioned a chloride emulsion.
    are there an chloride emulsions that are currently being made ?

    thanks !

    john

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    Yes, John, some products do contain Chloride emulsions or near pure Chlorides. Azo paper was one of them and Lodima is of a similar type.

    It is also possible to use them in film emulsions such as Eastman Color Print film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Yes, John, some products do contain Chloride emulsions or near pure Chlorides. Azo paper was one of them and Lodima is of a similar type.

    It is also possible to use them in film emulsions such as Eastman Color Print film.

    PE
    so if i used d76 with some azo paper, that i have
    i could skip the fixing step ?

    thanks !
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    Actually, no, what you get is slower speed, sharper toe, higher contrast and then it fixes slowly. The effect is due to the sulfite dissolving the silver halide.

    I do not suggest this method, but merely mention that this takes place.

    PE



 

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