once in a blue moon
because if i decide to duplicate it through current modern means,
it is easier than with negative film ...
i have a stash of chrome film, formats 30mm - 5x7
and it looks beautiful processed in coffee, as a black and white negative
the cast is a drag but i can remedy that through modern means ...
i have always wished wanted dr5chrome to process a my film, but
i am too short on cash to do that ... from what i understand
dr5 does stellar work and i kind of wish i could fast for a few weeks
and send him my food $$ for slides
<*choke*> Coffee!? As a B&W negative!? Sacrelege!
Considering the cost of transparency film, I don't see the point from an economic point view. Each to his own though, I guess...
.::Gary Rowan Higgins
One beautiful image is worth
a thousand hours of therapy.
"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government
to save the environment."