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    Chiron:

    That sounds like an excellent approach .

    FYI, the Print File pages I am currently using have their product designation "ULT 120-3HB". And most labs that develop 120 E6 will offer to return your developed film already sleeved. I usually request that it be returned sleeved and uncut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiron View Post
    Once I had the transparencies finished and protected/mounted I was going to research what I needed to make color enlargements, which is what you're referring to as Ilfochrome. Correct? Enlarging and printing from color slides is starting to sound extremely daunting though.
    Well, making Ilfochromes may or may not be daunting, but it will be challenging and expensive. True, Ilfochromes have a unique look to them and they are supposed to be extremely resistant to fading and other vagaries of aging, but I never could see much sense in making them. Printing from color negatives is challenging enough and the results can be just as beautiful. Projecting a 6x6 slide though, now that's a real eye-opener if all you've ever seen were 35 mm slide projections.
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