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#1 David Owen James

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 07:06 PM

What are the technical possibilities of printing from one type of stock to another?  For example:  If an image is shot on a negative stock, and then printed onto the Tri-X reversal stock, what image qualities might one expect to see?  Will the reversal stock qualities be present in the image?  

 

I have thought about shooting on the wittner colour reversal stock that has yet to be released (Rollei CR200 emulsion), printing the edited film to Tri-X, and then somehow merging the two images together to make a colour reversal image.  The idea is to try to get an colour image closer to Ektachrome.  Is this feasible? 


Edited by David Owen James, 01 March 2013 - 07:07 PM.

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