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Mixing Developer Chemicals Chemicals for processing color negative film,
supplied in a kit, are shown in order of use (left to right): developer (four bottles),
stop bath (two bottles), hardener (bottle and packet), bleach (two packets) and
Materials for Printmaking UNExPOSED The chemicals from Kodak's one-gallon
Ektaprint C Processing Kit, to. The first step in preparing to make a color print is
an odd one: take the printing paper out of the refrigerator. The paper has three ...
With the preliminaries out of the way —negatives developed, the chemicals
mixed and paper removed from the refrigerator—the darkroom can be arranged
for making color prints. All the necessary items (plus several highly desirable ...
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The featured photos were excellent. The history of the development of color photography was very interesting. The sections on developing C22 film at home made very happy to live in a Photoshop world ... Read full review
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a little too much developing info which is probably out of date. Read full review