Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/06

[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]

From: bladman99 at (Dan C)
Date: Mon Sep 6 17:32:39 2004
References: <003d01c49428$c60278f0$f48a3d42@home>

I actually have a box of Agfa glass plates for making holograms.  Don't
know if they are still any good, but they've been in my fridge for years.

-dan c.

At 05:16 PM 06-09-04 -0700, Mark Rabiner wrote:
>On 9/6/04 8:47 AM, "Dan Post" <> typed:
>> Rabid Mark Rabiner!
>> Oh, ye of little faith! I sold some lensboards to a fellow that actually
>> used wet plates, and from what I gather, there are a bunch of really,
>> retro folks out there actually doing the wet and wild thing in the dark!
>> Almost a movement, not quite a conspiracy, yet.
>> I think you should be able to get some of that new-fangled film stuff for 
>> a
>> while yet!
>> Cheers!
>> Dan
>I'm determined to shoot some glass plates before I die.
>Dry ones though.
>I think they come in Tmax 400. Really!
>No not Bergger. Not Adox. Not Croatian Hungarian extracts.
>But Kodak Tmax 400.
>Who knows what sells.
>And it must sell because if it didn't Kodak would not carry it "for old
>times sake"... Just to be a good sport.
>Mark Rabiner
>Portland Oregon
>Leica Users Group.
>See for more information

Replies: Reply from mark at (Mark Rabiner) ([Leica] INCORRECTLY R.I.P. ILFORD)
Reply from mark at (Mark Rabiner) ([Leica] INCORRECTLY R.I.P. ILFORD)
In reply to: Message from dpost at (Dan Post) ([Leica] INCORRECTLY R.I.P. ILFORD)
Message from mark at (Mark Rabiner) ([Leica] INCORRECTLY R.I.P. ILFORD)