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    Thanks Bob. I'll look up William Jolly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buggy
    Are those Mackie lines around the flower?
    Looks like they are to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buggy
    Here's one from yesterday that I just scanned. Are those Mackie lines around the flower?
    Yes thats what they look like, keep the imagery simple or the lines will eventually drive you crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
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    Later this week, Sandy King and I are going to work with my coating blades to see if we can make some advances in carbon printing. If so, are you interested?

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    I am very much interested in any advances in carbon process for colour, say hello to Sandy for me.

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    Here's my latest try. I re-oriented the camera a little bit between shots. The solarised neg was peeled at 5 seconds and hit with two flashes. I'm not real wild about this one. Think one flash would have been better. As you can see, the midtones, the galvanized part of the can, did not change much.
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    Alex

    You are right , I don't think the effect is quite there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie
    I am very much interested in any advances in carbon process for colour, say hello to Sandy for me.

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    Bob;

    Sandy and I were so busy working together, I forgot to pass on your message. We did have a wonderful time together both in the lab and at meals.

    We made several sheets of coatings together, and Sandy made several prints using carbon tissue that we coated with the blades.

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    It's difficult for me to tell. It looks like you got some reversal in the lighter area running down the can.

    I tried a few more this past week and didn't get anything. I exposed at ISO 25 instead of 50 like before. Ran out of film and the new film will be here monday to try some more.

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    Update

    I've tried a couple more shots in the last few weeks and have concluded that separating the packet at 10-15 seconds and flashing at about 20 seconds produces more effect than separating and flashing earlier. At least that is the way my setup is working. When I separate and flash earlier, about the only reversal I am getting is in the black background.
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    The Sabattier effect works best when using a partly exhausted developer or one formulated specifically for the purpose. Typical formulas use Metol as the only developing agent. There is one commercial developer called Solarol. Adorama stocks it.

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