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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Frizza View Post
    What I find sad is standing back and reading all thee threads about trying to push it 3 stops or the notion that doing this will not yield a good result.
    Hearing people think that because its a slide film its "Toast"...... I can tell you all now with the right chemistry and right processing method all these cherished images can be saved with wonderful results.
    I think you're exactly right. I've been pretty much trying to convey that same thought, I think if people really understood film and the chemistry(ies), they'd get it much better, perhaps.
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    Well, some of us have seen what slide film that's been this underexposed looks like in person. Now what's this magic e6 treatment that fixes this?
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    And some of us just listen.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    Well, some of us have seen what slide film that's been this underexposed looks like in person. Now what's this magic e6 treatment that fixes this?
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    Sorry to get, but... could you save those slides?

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