Blue Film Paul Giambarba Edition Type 100 on Colorpack II?

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Blue Film Paul Giambarba Edition Type 100 on Colorpack II?

Postby stefanoboomer » Sat 07 May 2011 / 21:35 pm

I bought Blue Film Paul Giambarba Edition Type 100; any suggestions on Colorpack II? I'm a newbie.

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Postby bimo » Thu 12 May 2011 / 00:10 am

Sorry, late reply: no prticular things to do, as you have seen in your results posted in the gallery !

Just have blue fun with it :class:

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Postby stefanoboomer » Sun 17 July 2011 / 15:43 pm

Thank you!

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Postby doekman » Tue 21 August 2012 / 17:21 pm

I also got this film. Is it important to seperate the film & negative after the prescribed period, or can I leave them together for an hour, as I do with the Fuji FP100C film?

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Postby ulf » Tue 21 August 2012 / 19:53 pm

do the test with one picture, and you'll know.

well, that's what I usually do, i don't trust the others :)

but I would say that you should follow the prescription with polaroid films.

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Postby doekman » Wed 22 August 2012 / 10:53 am

Yeah, I will try. But I never like to waste a photo ;-)

My problem: when I'm on my way, I don't know how to store the freshly snapped photo's. They are always a bit sticky, and everything sticks to it, crippling the photo.

Any tips for storing?

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Postby chiso » Wed 22 August 2012 / 12:02 pm

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Postby doekman » Sun 26 August 2012 / 13:32 pm

Thanks. So basically it's recommended to peel the photo's back home. Makes sense...

I do remember the passport photographer dried the photo's (also pack 100 film) with a hair drier. But that's not a solution for on the go...


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