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    Ok forgive me but I thought it was more common knowledge. I will post a new thread on it.

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    Indeed I eagerly await your article, steve!
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    Thanks for the many great responses. It sounds like I will go the paper reversal route. I'll need to do a bit of learning/reading first. Steve - I too await your article.

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    I borrowed a book from the library last year, forgot the artist. But it had lots of close ups of wild animals and flowers and such. The technique described in the book was "B&W slides printed on Ilfochrome". Pretty neat stuff.

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    A B&W slide printed on Ilfochrome will have punch and contrast but lack the richness and subtlety of a B&W Reversal print.

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    its all well and good to print a black and white slide on ilfochrome but have fun balancing it to a perfect neutral. maybe im being rude but when i tried i was less than successful.

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