Quote Originally Posted by jm94 View Post
I don't plan to shoot super 8 as a hobby so to speak but I think it would be quite fun shooting and developing what I have been given here who knows I may really enjoy it
Double post of me... I have researched a way to possible acheve the look I want, I could also do this with normal b/w stock... Expose the film and then develop... Then a wash, then sepia toner to tone the undeveloped silver halide to silver sulfide.(skipping the toner bleach step) Then use a ferricyanide or standard E6 bleach to bleach the negative silver image, then fix. Leaving just the silver sulfide (previously unexposed silver halide)... Positive image. That would give it a nice sepia look when projected too, I would also overexpose by a couple of stops...

would this be a reasonable idea?

Jacob