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    Developing color slide film in B&W Chemistry

    I was given a good deal of expired color slide film, but I work in B&W. I was wondering if it is possible to get B&W negatives from the slide film using normal B&W chemistry. If so, does anyone have any recommendations for time/temp/dev?
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    Yep, not off the top of my head. I've done 1 hour Rodinal stand (With pre-wash) with C-41, so that may be a starting point, though I think I remember that being a bit under for E-6 films.. I cant remember.

    But it can work well to produce nice negs.

    Also if it's so expired that through E-6 it's basically clear.. using an alt B&W developer as an E-6 first developer works very well for that too.



 

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