T-max positive

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    I'm looking for 5x4 black and white positve, i heard there's a method to develop tmax as a positve, does anyone know how to do it and what chemicals i'd need.

    Also someone said you can contact print on to another negative, does anyone know what kind of exposure time i'd be looking at.
     
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    yeah it looks great for 100 but i'm looking for something to do 400. and i'm in dublin Ireland. but thanx if i'm doing 100 i'll use that,
     
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    Not sure if pull processing will work with the Kodak kit, Agfa Scala was designed to process at 100-800(?) iso so maybe it could work with the Kodak, also Rollei/Maco is working on a replacement for Scala not sure if it is out yet and sizes
     

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