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    Found: Kodak dye transfer paper

    I found this box of dye transfer paper in storage at work:









    Still sealed in the box. Dye transfer is clearly waaayy beyond my expertise, so I'm wondering if it's of any value to anyone. Apologies if I'm posting this to the wrong forum.

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    For me such things has an huge value Do you want my post adress?

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    I always thought one day I'd try Dye Transfer, the few D.T. prints I've seen in person were wonderful. It'll be interesting to see whom here works with these materials.

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    I am interested in the paper - I will send you a PM for more details

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    You may feel free to expose it to light, as it isn't light sensitive. Looks like others have spoken first, but I am interested as well.

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    There is a dedicated web site for Dye Transfer and a group doing it. There is a yahoo forum for it moderated by Jim Browning, a member of APUG. Ctein is one of the top printers of DT along with Jim who would be interested. They are actively doing DT just about daily. You may want to contact them via the forum on yahoo.

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    Shouldn't you ask you boss if it's OK to send off company property?
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    For up from the ashes, up from the ashes, grow the roses of success!

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    If you don't mind sharing, where do you work that you found this. I would like a couple of sheets.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Who-ever wrote on the front didn't read the back despite circling the relevant section, it clearly says:

    Paper is not light sensitive.

    I'm surprised no-one realised

    Ian

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    It looks like the box was opened. Have you looked to see what's inside? Maybe they put something else in the box.

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