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    How about one of those "China markers" that you peel after the tip is dull. Check out these...
    http://www.artstuff.net/sanford_china_markers.htm
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by WGibsonPhotography View Post
    you guys should expect those from me by now


    I've been keeping my 35mm negatives in Savage glassine sleeves. I've been labelling them with a black (and ocassionally silver, but that probably doesnt make a differnce) Sharpie. I've been labeling the top part of the sleeve just above the top of the negative, being careful not to write over the negative. Will Sharpie ink bleed through and damage color or black and white negatives? I'm getting tired of being super careful not to write on the neg, but I'll continue if that'll save the negative from sharpie contamination
    Make sure there is at least 1 mile between your Sharpie and your precious negatives. Search for acid-free Millennium pens from Zig Memory Systems. They are made by Kuretake Co, Ltd in Japan and come in several thicknesses. I have them in 0.5 and 0.1 mm.
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    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post

    Thanks. I'll check those out now

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    Sharpie Rub-a-Dub

    A laundry marker. Been using one for
    about a decade. No problems.

    My notation on opposite corners:
    roll number-year-frame range. IE,
    08-02-1-4, the first 4 frames of the
    eighth roll shot 2002.

    Prints from that roll and that strip would
    carry a notation such as 08-02-2, frame 2.

    IMO a very concise and quick
    way to track. Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancqu View Post
    A laundry marker. Been using one for
    about a decade. No problems.

    My notation on opposite corners:
    roll number-year-frame range. IE,
    08-02-1-4, the first 4 frames of the
    eighth roll shot 2002.

    Prints from that roll and that strip would
    carry a notation such as 08-02-2, frame 2.

    IMO a very concise and quick
    way to track. Dan
    I should have mentioned that the notation
    starts with a frame by frame record of the
    shoot then carries through with processing
    notes. If I ever get around to building a
    data base with that information all
    I need do to access it is enter
    the notation. Dan

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