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Re: lith film


If you haven't found a home for the lith film, I'd love to have it. I'll be happy to pay shipping. I'm doing (well, trying to do) carbon prints and POP.

Here's my address if you need to figure shipping:

Marco Milazzo
2631 Altura Ave.
El Paso TX 79930

(915) 565-4809


----- Original Message ----- From: "Keith Gerling" <keith.gerling@gmail.com>
To: <alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca>
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2008 1:12 PM
Subject: lith film

I've decided to go 100% with digital negatives. No more darkroom.
(sniff sniff)   I've got several boxes of Arista lith film (and Agfa
and Fuji and some others) in various sizes that I no longer need.  As
I've been using this up the the present, I'm pretty sure most of it is
still good, although old.  Free to a good home (and I'll also throw in
at no extra charge my simple method of obtaining very nice
low-contrast negatives)

I also have some rolls of Agfa film - 60" by 200 feet.  This cost me a
pretty penny, so I'm not giving it away.  But it's really good.  Far
better than the Arista.  I've used a lot of it and it pretty easy to
use once you cut it down to size with a Sawzall.  Or use it full size
for that Gum Mural you always wanted!



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