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    slide film processed in b/w chemistry ?

    i know what happens when
    one processes color negative film
    in black and white chemicals,
    but what happens to slide film ?

    has anyone done this, and what were the results like ?
    thanks !
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    It looks like a yellow, foggy, B&W negative!

    PE

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    That's exactly right, and it's completely unusable for anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fschifano View Post
    That's exactly right, and it's completely unusable for anything.
    really ?
    no image at all ??

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    You get a yellow, foggy, B&W negative as I said above. What gave you the idea that there was no image at all?

    It is, IMHO, totally unusable for anything though.

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    i guess the "unusable for anything" part made me believe there was no image,
    since i could always find a use for an image on a piece of film...

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    Give it a try. I use to develop E6 film in C-41, swapping Acufine, for the first developer. Got outrageous high ISO numbers, with massive grain. Fun fun fun.
    When I grow up, I want to be a photographer.

    http://www.walterpcalahan.com/Photography/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinholemaster View Post
    Give it a try. I use to develop E6 film in C-41, swapping Acufine, for the first developer. Got outrageous high ISO numbers, with massive grain. Fun fun fun.
    That sounds like something I should try. I am still looking for a way to get a "Scotch 1000" look out of current slide film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    It looks like a yellow, foggy, B&W negative!

    PE
    Depending of the type of yellow filter one might be able to rid of it without the silver bleach bath.

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    Why does it turn yellow if there are no color developing agents in (most) B&W developers?

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