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DIY Xpro E6 process. Slides from slide film using colour negative chemistry.

DIY Xpro E6 process. Slides from slide film using colour negative chemistry.

This was my first attempt at making proper slides using a home made E6 reversal process. The steps were as as follows: 12 minutes in home made B&W first developer (mixture of HC-110 Dilution A and Ilford paper developer) Water wash Re exposure to tungsten light source for 4 min (30cm distance) C41 Colour develop for 6:30 minutes 6 minute bleach 8 minute fix Wash C41 stabilizer Next time I'll cut back on the first developer to about 10 minutes.

simonh82 This photo was shot on film. Taken by simonh82 with an Olympus OM2N loaded with Kodak Elitechrome EB film (available in our Online Shop) in London, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: 35mm, xpro, x-pro, cross processing, hybrid process, e6, c41, ec641, diy slides, and lab rat. Date: 2012-06. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album DIY Slide E6 reveral process using B&W and C41 chemistry.

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