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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    So I can do larger films in my 2830 and 2840 paper drums? I'll have to try that out now. How do you get rid of the antihalation backing? Can you just wash it off after fixing?
    Depends on the film. Most modern films (TMAX/DELTA) will get the backing washed out as part of your process in the drum. Other emulsions, might need extra washing outside of the tank, but you might want to do that anyways. The print drums have ribbed insides walls that allow some fluids to reach the back side of the sheet.

    I am not sure if we are still in a part of the thread about Xray films, but i cannot comment on those, as i have no experience with Xray material in Jobo tanks.
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    It's almost here....WPPD is this Sunday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradS View Post
    It's almost here....WPPD is this Sunday!
    Indeed! Naturally, Sunday is also an art club show reception that I'm part of, but if I get all my ducks in a row I should be able to hit some nearby spots in the morning. Between other things this week I believe I've got my process with 8x10 Fuji Super HR-T X-Ray film honed to a point I'll get something, even if not optimum.

    Here they are suggesting it will be partly cloudy but no rain -- I can live with that!

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    Plan to load film holders for the Titan today. Colour film for Holga arrived yesterday. The chocolate lilies have just started blooming, so I'll be heading for my favorite patch.

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    Hi Everyone,

    A new thread was started for links to your entries and other photos you make on WPPD!

    Have fun tomorrow!

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    Here they are ready for tomorrow:

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    Left to right:

    1. Anamorphic Oatmeal can, 5x7 paper.
    2. Hello Kitty popcorn can, 11x14 paper.
    3. In the mirror is the "pinholaroid" making this photo, FP100-C.
    4. Matboard box camera, 8x10 paper.
    5,6,7: coffee can cameras with 5x7 paper.

    I hope everyone has fun and will link to their WPPD photos Here on APUG too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradS View Post
    Thanks for the heads up! Adding to my calendar.


    ...and what is the (american) english translation of "wheelie bin"?
    a rollable trsh can or a trash can on wheels?
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