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    Weird E6 Dev "feature"

    Provia 400x pushed to 800

    Odd halo / outline effect I haven't had before. Apart from the push, the only other thing I did differently was use a 60% of normal conc reversal bath, that I read somewhere was better suited to Fuji slides.

    (using the Kodak 5L single use E6 kit).

    Any idea what this might have been caused by (the reversal seems an obvious candidate). Anything I can re-do at this point to salvage the roll, or should I just chalk it up to experience?


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    The dor and cabinets look like they didn't get full reversal. Has that partial solarized feel(Sabattier in color?) Probably should have done full time on reversal step.

    Rick

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    Any thoughts on whether it might be related to the bleach step? (silver retention?)

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    Ok, so rebleached and refixed. Hey presto all better (also colours adjusted compared to above).


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    I think I like the first shot more. I like the semi-solarized effect. However, this looks like it should.

    Rick



 

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