I was given a ton of old Cibachrome, Ilford Cibachrome, and Ilfochrome paper and chemistry.
Due to the expense of these materials, and my proclivity to experiment, I took it all without question, and decided to deal with it later if it didn't work out.
Well, I am pretty sure the chems won't work out. I have NO developer part A, and the bleach powder has started liquefying and burning its way through the metal bags in which it is sealed. No leaks thanks to smart packaging by Ilford, with a plastic seal around the interior metal bag. Bloody shame, as I have what would amount to almost $1,000-worth of chemicals at the current $45/liter rate from Freestyle. So I will be taking these to the next hazmat roundup. I don't feel bad about taking them, because the guy I got them from was sure as hell not going to dispose of them properly.
However, I am interested in using up the paper, as I'm sure there must be some way to make something interesting, or at least fun, with it.
I imagine that even with fresh chems from Freestyle, the paper won't be much good for a "normal" print, as it is quite old.
Any thought on possible cross processes to get an image (any image)?
Thank you in advance.