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    I've just been experimenting with selenium toning Polaroid Type 55 prints.
    A straight tone in KRST 1+10 gives a slightly warmer result (with a hint of purple) than the straight print but I wasn't too impressed.
    Bleaching in potassium bichromate-based bleach, redeveloping in Neutol WA, then toning in KRST 1+10 gives a lovely rich chocolate brown. Yummy.

    The only problem is avoiding any damage to the emulsion. Even over-enthusiastic agitation in the trays can cause it to disintegrate in patches.

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    Got my " pitchure takin' " done yesterday. Addressing tonight and they should go out in Tuesday's mail.

    Have received from Heather and Peter Williams. Thanks!

    Interesting to note that both the Royal Mail and US Mail delivered Heather's photo with just a small inscription of my address on the back lower border (600 film).

    Mine are done on 669 film. You can make an emulsion lift with it if you like.
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    Mine are in the mail today!
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    Rec'd prints from Jacco and Sam so far. Both are beauties. Thanks folks!

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    "While you're out there smashing the state, don't forget to keep a smile on your lips and a song in your heart!"

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    I got Jacco and Bethe's prints. I've got to get my act organized and put mine in the mail. They're all done now though.

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    I've gotten 3 so far.

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    Good to hear that my pics are arriving at destinations across the big pool. Received a nice shot with a lot of water from thebanana earlier this week, thanks.

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    I've not gotten any so far
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    Three lovely postcards arrived yesterday! NO damage, NO post office notes.

    The Bananas fluid waterfall
    Jaccos strong compositioned highway
    Bethes delicate flower still life

    Thank you,
    Sam H.

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    I got another one from someone in Canada yesterday. Have no idea who it is though, because I can't read the marginalia on the side of the print. It's a shot of a picket fence or somesuch.



 

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