Kodachrome home developed!!!!!! (not me)

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Young He, Dec 29, 2017.

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  1. keenmaster486

    keenmaster486 Member

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    I THINK --

    Mr.. "Trendland" should very careful..if you know what I mean (mainly :errm::cry::pinch:)

    But to respect opiminium of him he make

    Could be not harmm also harm maybe?!???!!?!!! ----- but what I know :wink::cry::blink::cry::happy::D:happy::D:laugh::cool::outlaw::wondering::smile::tongue::sideways::pouty:

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  2. trendland

    trendland Member

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    C h e e r s ! :D:laugh::D

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    macfred Subscriber

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    It's delightfully pointless to argue about (home) - developing Kodachrome these days -
    rules of propriety and politeness should be maintained here.
     
  4. trendland

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    You are absolute right - thanks therefore.
    Back to the topics now ?
    "I have some doubts if any human being is able to fulfill such complicate task"
    B E T T E R :D....???
    And I should add : Without professional
    K14 equipment and true chemistry.
    At last - no doubts about female IQ's -
    wonder about a little - AND smiling about that that should not be clear:cool:...

    with regards

    PS : A provotate statement - I well knowing
    (the original statement with followings)
    but Not REALY to criticise females (and males)
    But indeed to critisize political overcorrectness of these days.
     
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    Since when was an APUG thread about Kodachrome the right place to pretend to criticise political overcorrectness ?
     
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    Take your misogyny elsewhere. Pretending to ridicule political correctness fools nobody.
     
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    And a lot more capable than men when it comes to producing and bringing up families, not to mention many of the caring professions. (A recent flight home from North Africa had two young lady pilots, and they seemed capable enough to us.! :smile: .)
     
  8. trendland

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    Just remembering it was you not me ...:pinch:

    with regards

    PS : If devils door is opened it is impossible to close it again. ..:redface:
    Would we all come back to topics...?
     
  9. trendland

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    Hey there !
    ....any ideas how to make couplers wich have no original design - more long live resistent ?
    To come short into topics the sticky threat (look above) about stabilizers is a good basis.
    with regards
     
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    jnanian Advertiser Advertiser

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    there is nothing cheerful about any of this
    except my ignore list is going
    to be one person larger.
     
  11. trendland

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    I come to the beginning - the good old Kodachrome days (sorry to hear some has still more than 100 films refriged)
    ended just with the day the last lab closed.
    It was at the 20. dez. 2008 if I remeber correct.
    But to have color experiments - it is like to have a mission impossible to reach in addition nice slides wich were just in the near than ordinare E6.
    And by the way you mentioned it - wich better chems you might have extreme costs.
    The best point I remember here was the short statement from Ian Grand :
    Kodachrome25 (extreme fine grained I have to add) was just superb (from quality) - so what is to do know?
    I can't say...?
    Pe made competent advices in his treat about a method "K14" near - but if I understand his refers correct it should be a form of troubleshooting.
    For example for people who desperately searching for a way to use stored Kodachromes. (and don't intent to waste it by having bw.)
    with regards
     
  12. SuzanneR

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    This thread went off the rails...
     
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