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Subject: Re: solarizing lith film



Thanks, I've been reading about it and it seems that you need to use a
different
developer than lith developer to produce some sort of tonal range on the
film that can get solarized.

"Pat" wrote in message
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> Wow, I've been out of the darkroom so long ....
>
> As I remember it, Litho film is very high contrast and you get only
> black and clear -- no grayscale. I'm not sure how that would solarize.
>
> I did a quite search and found this article
> http://photography.about.com/library/weekly/aa091399c.htm
> It talks a little about Lith film and the chemicals. Maybe it will
> help. You know more about film than I do. It's just been SO long. Put
> is this way, I still use ASA instead of ISO. But it's great to see
> someone staying with traditional methods.
>
> Sorry I can't be of more help. Good luck.
>



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