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Re: teaching photography


From: Patricia Knott (pknott_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Mar 24 2003 - 13:01:09 PST

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" <>

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?
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From: []
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.

mike sacco
pj Gelinas Jr. High
Setauket, L.I. ny ---