Bromide Paper

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  1. queen_of_scum

    queen_of_scum TPF Noob!

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    ok. This is probably a very silly question, but i can't seem to find any info anywhere :(

    ....do I just treat bromide paper like 'ordinary' RC paper (or indeed like FB) or do I need entirely separate chemicals to use it for printing?

    I have recently accquired a huge roll of ilfobrom...
     
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    I use Ilfobrom and process it the same as any other fiber paper. I do notice that the time in the developer can be a little longer, maybe 30 seconds more.
     
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    queen_of_scum TPF Noob!

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    yeah? cool :) This stuff is of an indeterminate age (possibly as much as 25yrs) and velvet stipple texture... so i wanna make sure i have the best chance possible of it not being wasted!

    Thanks!
     

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