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    EXACT AUTOCHROME SCREEN IS POSSIBLE TODAY
    BUT NOT PANCHROMATIC EMULSION.

    OLD PANCHROMATIC EMULSION IS IMPOSSIBLE TODAY

    SO

    YOU WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO REACH ORIGINAL COLORS

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    Perhaps it will be good panchromatic emulsion .
    I will not made myself my panchromatic emulsion...i'm not mad.
    The most important think for me is to try something...who made autochrome like Louis Lumière ?

    Shaz

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    And where is the problem if it's not exactly like the original ?

    Shaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz View Post
    And where is the problem if it's not exactly like the original ?

    Shaz
    Amen!

    Too much stock is being put into the particulars of the autochrome, like its emulsion, its dyes, etc., but I think the "look" is more largely due to the it being a screen-plate photograph PERIOD.
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    Carbon black in gelatin coats very well and carbon black in carboxy methyl cellulose makes a very thick black opaque goo.

    If your Autochrome does not equal the original Autochrome, then it is not Autochrome. We can call it Shazchrome.

    PE

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    Well told , PE .

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    That's ok for Shazchrome.
    Thank you Holmburgers...i think that you understand how i think.
    There is again one thing...I have a family, and the most important thing is that my family eat. The exactly recipe like Louis Lumière will cost me too much money.

    I realize this there's a long time now.

    Shaz

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    Feed your family, and work on the autochrome once they're asleep.... you don't need to sleep, do you?!
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    Shaz ,

    I will try to help your english with tarzan style

    Your dyes costs are exciting. I looked to Sigma and costs too much money and 1 red dye comes in 5 grams , 200 euros .

    Please list your dyes code numbers , source company and their prices

    Thank you ,

    Umut

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    Sigma Aldrich has absurdly expensive, reagent grade dyes. Much cheaper options exist. For one, there are textile dyes and other industrial dyes. I think that Sigma is the most expensive option, and I've found several dyes on eBay for next to nothing.
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe



 

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