I have searched the forum but I didn't really find what I was looking for :-( I want to try developing Kodachrome in B&W chemicals and printing onto colour paper (it'll look similar to a cyanotype?), just for the craic really. However, I haven't exactly found step by step instructions on how to do this. I quite regularly process B&W film so this is no problem, but I haven't been able to find information on the exact process. I've read that the anti-halation layer needs to be removed (pre-soak?) and that a residual coating needs to be removed after processing. Is this correct? Doesn't the residual coating give an unusual texture to the print if it's left on? I would probably use ID-11 but would use another developer if it is better suited (although, image quality isn't too important). Any help would be appreciated.