OT 25 year old TX - exposed need to develop suggestions?

John Sessoms jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com
Tue Oct 13 18:37:21 EDT 2009


From: ann sanfedele
> Scott Loveless wrote:
>> >On 10/13/09, ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
>> >  
>> >
>>> >>Any tips?   My friend has 8 rolls of Tri-x  that have been stored away (but
>>> >>who knows about various temperatures and stuff)
>>> >>    
>>> >>
>> >
>> >Seat-of-your-pants method.  Increase development time by at least 20%
>> >and agitate the hell out of it.  Scan the negs and fix it in
>> >Photoshop.
>> >  
>> >
> 
> Hmmm perhaps I shouldn't take this on.   She has no desire to learn 
> photoshop and has no scanner either.

Once you have the negatives, the scan part is easy. If it's 35mm, you 
could even get it done at just about any mini lab.

It'll give you fairly low res jpegs (~ 300 ppi), but you'd be able to 
see if anything on the negatives is worth learning photoshop over.




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