I think Kodak discontinued making the T-max kit a few years back, which is one 
of the reasons why I process as a negative and then make my prints using kodak 
7203 print stock. But you can still process as a reversal and there are recipes 
out there to make your own bleach for reversal processing. Here is a link to my 
site where I have notes on negative processing with D19. 
http://www.rogerdwilson.ca/2/post/2014/02/hand-processing-16mm-bw-film-with-kodak-d19.html

Roger D. WilsonFilm Scientist613 324 - 
7504rogerdwilson@sympatico.cahttp://www.rogerdwilson.ca
Without failure you can never achieve success. I have based my process and my 
career as an experimental film artist on this statement; and I welcome it as it 
pushes me forward as an artist to try something different, something new. 

Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2014 09:12:21 -0800
From: jihalp...@yahoo.com
To: frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Bucket Developing 16mm Tri X Reversal

Here's a guide to processing as reversal using a T-Max kit: 
http://www.ralphdickinson.com/process_site/allpages.html

Can you provide us with a little background here? For example, as Roger put, 
reversal or negative? Anything special you're looking for in developing, or as 
"clean" an image as possible? What's your prior experience with processing 
(still or motion film)? etc.

-Jason Halprin

 
 
     On Friday, March 7,
 2014 12:18 PM, chapin long <lonch...@gmail.com> wrote:
    Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 

Chapin


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