Quote Originally Posted by gzinsel View Post
I think you asking about _ Three color carbon printing? I think "Keepers of light" by Willaim Crawford gives a good ( not Great) but good account of how to start with B&W negatives. But I think he is referring to 3 separate exposures to 3 separate films, with 3 separate filters, in close duration of each other of the same scene, without moving the camera!. ( too bad if a parked car moves in between your three exposures) Al though that might look kinda cool having a "megenta tissue" having the car in it , while the cyan and yellow tissues do not. But if you are asking about starting with one B&W negative, the answer as far as I know is no! sorry dude?? The best i can do for ya!
See also Chris James book on alternate photographic processes (http://www.christopherjames-studio.c...d/thebook.html ). He has a chapter on printing digital negatives for contact printing.

I have both books (2nd edition of the Chris James book), and for current use, the Chris James book is more useful.

Hope that helps,

Len