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    New To Color Film processing - suggestions

    I've recently regained interest in color, and have decided to jump right into C41 processing (why not?), so I've obtained a Photocolor C41 kit (super cheap - contains dev and blix.)

    Any suggestions on processing - are the stock instructions good, or anything special?

    Is it necessary to run the process at the high temperature, or can it be done a tad lower?

    I'll be using a manual tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htmlguru4242
    I've recently regained interest in color, and have decided to jump right into C41 processing (why not?), so I've obtained a Photocolor C41 kit (super cheap - contains dev and blix.)

    Any suggestions on processing - are the stock instructions good, or anything special?

    Is it necessary to run the process at the high temperature, or can it be done a tad lower?

    I'll be using a manual tank.
    Use a water bath to set your tank in, follow directions to the letter like a cookbook and you'll have fine results.
    Gary Beasley

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    Excellent, I'll try that!



 

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