Kodak still makes this paper, but it requires specific kinds of safe lights.
I have amber lights and it didn't work. I can look up the specifics if the
original questioner wants to contact me.
We can get pretty good results with Ilford paper and fooling a lot with
filters. Old negatives are usually a problem.
From: "Ramos, Myriam" <MRamos@Acss.odeDoDEA.edu>
I remember buying a special Kodak paper that made great b&w pictures from
color negs. This was some years back and the store where I got it is gone,
but maybe Kodak can help you?
From: Occasm@aol.com [mailto:Occasm@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 7:48 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: teaching photography
same results with me and my photo class. We usually try it with full bright
and maybe a filter but it's hard to get that much light into the neg. I now
would tell them to forget about it and move on. It only happenned in my
class when kids bought the wrong film.
pj Gelinas Jr. High
Setauket, L.I. ny ---