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    Hello everybody ,

    Thank you Holmburgers .

    Sorry for the bad scan :



    But you can read Orthochrome T. There is 3 solutions to prepare the dye for the emulsion. All the products are describe. If we can't have Orthochrome T, we can't made a autochrome like Louis Lumière. Never mind, we can find a substitute if it is too much expensive or we can wait to win a lot of money.

    Thank you for your link Holmburgers, i'll keep it preciously. Perhaps one day i will be rich and i will have the possibility to command 1kilo of this dye.

    Holmburgers : if you want i can try to translate the best i can the way to do the emulsion and preparing the dyes. If you want i will send it in your mail box.

    Shaz

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    Good morning Shaz! It's a beautiful document and I'd would be honored to know what it says.

    If one cannot obtain Orthochrome T, then one must do as Mssr. Lumiere would have done in our shoes!

    I'm off to bed . . .
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe

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    I don't understand : "I'm off to bed", but if that mean that you're gone sleep, then i say to you : Have a good night and make sweet dreams of Autochrome .

    I prepare you the translation.

    Just a link for you, perhaps you know it ...it is Bertrand Lavédrine :

    http://www.cnrs.fr/cw/dossiers/dosar.../intw_lav.html

    Shaz

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    Maybe 10 years ago I was in a discussion with a "Scott" who claimed to have bought a kg. of Orthochrome T.

    I doubted his sincerity and questioned him about it. He subsequently said he was working on something that would be released in about a year... I waited and waited but he soon dissappeared and no such new product was ever found to surface.... it is all on the internet...on the alt photo forum based in Saz. Canada (attached to some Univ.), if anyone cares to hunt it up -

    If he actually was telling the truth, he may some for sale!
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    Love without exception, Be a saint in any form
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    Shaz ,

    How much ortochrome t do you need ?

    Look for alt photo list , one old , one replaced the old new. Try to join two of them.

    I will ask your question to the alt photo list , ı hope scott is there .

    Thanks Ray ,

    Best ,

    Umut

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    I don't understand what is "alt photo list"'.
    Me, i don't need any Orthochrome T, like i've said, i know someone that can surely give me panchromatic emulsion.
    For dying the patatoe starch i don't need Orthochrome T.
    Now if you read the recipe, you need 1.5 grams. But if you read all the recipe you can learn that after the preparation Louis Lumière make some tries on a plate ( He take pictures). If it's not good, he add Orthochrome T or Erythrosine or Violet, it depend of the dominant characteristic. It is certainly the result of the process...tpt°C, time .....
    Then , i think that 10 grams for the experimentation will be enough....but i don't have the money.

    Shaz
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    Shaz ,

    Register here ;

    http://lists.altphotolist.org/mailma...o-process-list

    Can you tell me ,

    which page of your book printed filtre etoffe ?

    I will send the scan of this page to some experts at France !


    I asked SCOTT , I will try to reach him.

    Is your friends emulsion have Ortochrome T ? It is really very expensive.

    Umut

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    Well one never knows...

    but I think you missed my hint...
    I suspect he was feeling around for information...
    I think he wanted to see who really knew their stuff and
    who were just sounded intelligent by virtue of cut and paste.

    I think I have his last name if needed.
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    It is page 350, the last sentence = On filtre dans deux filtres étoffes.....

    I phone to millipore in France and they don't know what it is. They say to me that a filter made in nylon could resist to ethyle acétate.....but what aperture i have to take...i don't know for the moment.

    Thank you for the link.

    Shaz

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    Ray ,

    I think your problem is depression. Use Prozac !

    Umut



 

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