Thats great to hear.
Originally Posted by Stephen Frizza
If you do so, it would be great if you could post any of your knowledge on my Wiki, http://kodachromia.wikia.com/
Its designed to document each step of the process, right down to the exact chemistry and chemicals used to help others who may be interested in processing.
While i dont have the resources to process kodachrome myself, i would like to help out in the best way i can, i dont know how much your process differs than k-14, but i feel we should now give it a new name like K-15 or something, unless we can replicate the exact chemistry used for the K-lab, we cant call any other process K-14.
I have a great interest in the process, and if nothing else its good for educational purposes.
I think Dan should look at working with Kelvin Kittles' K-lab and sourcing the chemistry for it, this would be the most economical way to process the film, but is only a viable option if the chemistry can be obtained.
How much does your chemistry differ Steve than what Kodak would have used in the K-lab?
Would it be easy enough to obtain, compared to the chemicals you are using, which i understand are not 100% the same couplers that Kodak used?
Im sure there are others who could help Kelvin in the US rather than getting Steve to travel over there.