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    Get in touch with Wolfgang Moersch, who makes A. R-P's modern prints!

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    A good idea (wolfgang@moersch-photochemie.de), especially in order to verify to what extent A.R-P used ortho materials, but Anton’s original question was Why A.R-P preferred the ortho material (more or less “red blind”) to the more “human-eye-natural” panchromatic materials. The ortho material available today are often described as extremely sharp - perhaps a feature also for older ortho material compared to pan material. This perhaps one good reason, along with that of getting rid of certain things (like skies and clouds) in order to give more substance and form of particular objects - his main subjects. That’s my guess.
    (BTW, thanks Philippe for the hint to Moersch, learned that he has managed to develop a stable dissolved Amidol developer for sale (Amidol plus, http://www.moersch-photochemie.de/co...sitiv/8/amidol) – didn't know that, sounds interesting, think I will try it.)

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