The most doable. I'm of the opinion that it doesn't matter as long as you can expose it in a normal camera and have a record of the scene, in color. Whether that's negative or positive I don't think it matters; as long as it can be scanned, it can be shared with millions of people. That's what a 21st century analog product has to recognize.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
I hate to ask too many questions before reading all your emulsion threads, for fear of asking already-answered questions, so I'll hold off for now. But it's true that a project like this wouldn't be possible without the willingness of people like you to share your vast knowledge and experience on the topic. And I thank you!
What products utilize dye-bleach? Is this like Gasparcolor and Ilfochrome, the original Kodachrome? Forgive my ignorance.