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    you can learn a lot about it here:

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/diy_color/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham_Martin View Post
    I have toyed with the idea but, so far, haven't summed up the courage to do it.
    Go for it. Courage will come after the first several tries. Just don't try to develop important rolls initially... Good luck!

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    I had the same problem at a studio here in Nairobi. Since it's almost impossible to find developing chemicals and equipment to get my own darkroom set up (anyone with leads?).. and developing is less than a dollar a roll, this is the easiest option for me.

    Does anyone know a safe way to clean the negatives to be rescanned? I really hope these can be saved.

    this was the worst example on the roll:
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    You can try re-washing and then treating in a stabilizer solution. These can be bought very cheaply and they keep nearly forever.

    You may have to filter your water to insure that the dirt is not perpetuated by more dirt in your water.

    PE

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