Originally Posted by ic-racer
The Ilford direct positive paper is orthochromatic. Seems like you would not gain much from that technique.
You're right. Anything red in the neg would not register on the paper, meaning green in the original scene would print as black or very dark.
Panchromatic materials are required.
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