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#1 DaNiElE BeLArDo

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 04:30 AM

hello i have one question to ask...

could you tell me if the bleach bypassed negative have a great look? and it also affect the black? or ONLY the highlight? could you post an example? (the lab near my home not bleach bypass the positive for 16 mm but only the negative)!


to prepare at this process could i pull process the negative ?(with normal asa: 200 vision rated at 200)? OR expose to the an higher asa? (vision 200 rated at 400) and push process the negative?

thanks for all friendB
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#2 Kevin Zanit

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 04:35 AM

Bleach bypass on the negative affects the highlights, on the print it affects the shadows.

This has been discussed literally thousands of times on the forum. Please do a search.


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