Polaroid pos/neg solarizing technique, & expired date.greenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo - Film & Processing : One Thread
I have succeeded in making a polaroid 665 neg solarize by peeling it (post exposure and normal processing) under a 75 watt light bulb, at about 3 inches from the light. It's more like a reversed out line around the edge where shadow meets light (there's a name for that, but it's late.zzzzz....). My problem is it's not very consistent, does anyone have experience achieving this effect? How? please/thank you.
Phase two, is I'm looking for really old 665 or Type 55 film...like 10 years old, or more, please email me if you have any old stock. Thanks...t
-- tom meyer (email@example.com), April 26, 1999
Hi Tom, Jim helped me out, I do not have solarizations any more. And now to Your Problem, I found this tip in a magazin, but didn4t try it: 1. Expose a sheet of pos/neg as normal. Turn off the lights. 2. Pull through the rollers. 3. Peel open after 10 seconds. 4. Expose with flash close to the neg. 5. Place the neg in a light tight box and allow to develop for 1-2 minutes. 6. Clear and wash normal. I hope this works. Wolfgang
-- Wolfgang Borrs (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 04, 1999.
I'll try it tonight! Thank you!...t
-- tom meyer (email@example.com), May 04, 1999.