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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Anthotype is green, but it also fades!
    That's the very definition of green, isn't it.
    "Only dead fish follow the stream"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    I said that the film industry was not green?

    On the contrary! I maintain that it is very green and a mature manufacturing process. It is especially green when one considers the byproducts of the digital industry which is very much not green.

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    Oh no, you didn't. Accidentally I wrote that post with a bit of doubtful/negative tone. Infact, I also support that the industry is green. There is toxic stuff in it, but handled well.

    Here is the article: http://photo.net/learn/color_myths#24
    I remember it was a nice read, must read it again soon.

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    I guess I opened a can of worms here but I was only looking for Information. I do E6 C41 and B&W at my home and was just wondering what the effects were. I do not do a large volume so I am not really worried about the one or two rolls a week that I do. My current plans are to process E6 and C41 and scan them. For B&W I plan to develop wet print and scan.
    Marvin

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