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    Photo Techniques (Vol. 17, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1996)

    Does anyone have a copy of Photo Techniques (Vol. 17, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1996)? I'd like to see Bruce Barnbaum's article on Potassium Fericyanide. I've asked Bruce if he has a copy but unfortunately he doesn't. Does anyone have this sitting around?
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    Is this related to using K Ferri as an overall reducer, local dabbed on reducer, or when combined with with K Br as a re-halogenating bleach?

    There are also esoteric uses likel bleaching back a latent image prior to development in lieu of n-x development approaches when the contrast range in a scen is very large.

    Then there are discussions as it relates to cyanotype.

    I have different articles clipped from various publications over the years on all of these issues, but alas not the Barnbaum PT article you seek.
    my real name, imagine that.

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    I'm not entirely sure of what he covers in the article but it is on his use of Potassium Ferracyanide. I was just told that it would be a good article to have and read and I've been looking for it for a while.
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    Have you contacted them via their website? They claim to have a "vast archive" of all the various incarnations of the magazine and in the 'Past Issues' section, there's a contact address to enquire about ordering past issues/articles. (Sorry if you've already thought of this!)
    This is their website: http://www.phototechmag.com/
    And this is their contact for past issues: subscriptions@phototechmag.com

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    I actually never thought to do that! Ha! I'll contact them now! I don't know how I didin't think to contact them directly about it!
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    K, just sent them an email. We'll see if they can get me a copy. Thanks!
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    Good Luck! (and I'm relieved to hear that I finally contributed something to APUG that wasn't entirely stupid! )

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    Haha! Very useful indeed! Thank you!
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    I have a copy of the mag. The article goes over 4 pages. If you can't get a copy from the magazine itself, send me a pm with your address and I'll mail you a copy of it.
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    One of the members over at LargeFormatPhotogrpahy.info/forum sent me a scan of a revised version of the article which was published at a later time which is 3 pages in length. I wonder if the revision leaves anything valuable out...
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