Re: BL light box 'blues'
Then I stand corrected on that, Kerik....hen it could have been the combo of tmax and pyro and perhaps cyano???
I'll have to check my notes, as I am still in Dallas.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Kerik" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2009 9:39 PM
Subject: RE: BL light box 'blues'
Christina said:Ken, Pyro negs, as well as Tmax 100 film, do not work for UV processes...Um, well, just about every in-camera negative I've ever printed in pt/pd/gum for the last 19 years has been processed in PMK or Rollo Pyro (not Pyrocat). I have a BL-tube box with 12 4-ft 40 watt tubes about 2-1/2 inches above the contact frame. My exposure times are typically in the 4 to 8 minute range. So, it definitely works for me. Very, very well in fact. As for TMAX 100, yep, it's basically UV bulletproof. Kerik www.kerik.com