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Share This Page. Thread Tools. May 8, 1. Messages: Would appreciate the insight of experienced Kodak DataGuide Users. May 8, 2. Messages: 6, My copy is older than your's and doesn't have most of the features you're speaking of. For the development number table, the black is probably the recommended combination, and the grey other possibilities.
At least, that's the way it's presented in mine, but mine doesn't have anything in Orange. No "P" on the developing dial on mine either. There should be explanations of all that in the text though.
Maybe if you can post some pictures? May 8, 3. Messages: 1, May 8, 4. Messages: 29, There have been several revisions since then to reflect changes in films.
I suggest that you look up some info on the internet. May 8, 5. OK - I figured out the colored numbers in the table on page 5 See pages 12 and 13 on controlling film contrast and go though the example on the top of page You use the corresponding color from the tables below luminance range, flare to match the color from page 5.
May 8, 6. Messages: 2, Kodak had it all figured out, huh? Man I wish I could go into the time tunnel and be a fly on the way at the Kodak premises back in the day. Probably busier than an ant hill.
May 9, 7. You have no idea Tom! May 9, 8. Messages: 3, May 9, 9. May 9, This was He took me out to his care and opened the trunk to reveal a complete library of EK publications and binders. He gave me a huge set of the books which are still here in the binders and many have been updated. He reminded me that our labs each had appropriate sets, but that min were a mix of still and MP.
Some of the things covered were UV and IR photography and forensic photography. It has been a nice set to own, but they are wearing out from use! What a goldmine! And Major Adams had already died off Wagon Train 2 years earlier.
That's about it for me and My Dad used mostly Anscochrome because my uncle was a sales rep for Ansco. Still have that Ansco slide projector. Slide goes in one side and pushes out the other at a time. Last edited by a moderator: May 9, May 10, I now understand the purpose of the colouring. I also learned that you should not use tungsten lighting to read the data guide!
It makes the BLUE look black!! Glad to be of help. I knew there had to be a reason for the different colors. I'm just surprised things weren't explained a little better. Clearly you have more patience than I! Thanks again! You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
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Kodak Black & White Darkroom Dataguide, Sixth Edition
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