to follow up to my own post, heres what i observed tonight:
Originally Posted by sfadam
a heavy coating of LYSOL on the paper immediately before the negative is placed on the receptor helps. also, extreme amounts of pressure from the roller! the emulsion on the 690 film seems really tough, unlike how gooey and fluid the 669 emulsion is (probably also why 690 cant be used for emulsion transfers.) anyway, even as hard as i pressed, the emulsion did not squirt out from the sides of the negative, and i got the best results i've acheived yet with this method...
Last edited by sfadam; 09-12-2007 at 03:26 AM. Click to view previous post history.