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Thursday, 07 July 2011


This is great...thanks for the info. I'll have to check it out. I would love to try this with some old family photos.

Getting Rid of the Silver Haze in the old days BC (before Computers), when I ran a pro B&W lab -- I used a little bit of Silver Polish. Took care of the haze and it was ready to copy and no I have no idea if it ruined the original print after a while.

I wish I could be there. It's very educational and
enjoyable to watch an expert at work. One can
stand in awe and learn so much.

Dear dauga...,

Doug Nelson records the seminars and makes them available for rental afterwards. Go to his website:


Basic details are that it costs $15 to rent it, but you (or anyone at your computer) can view it as many times as you want over a 3-day period.

And, in case anyone is wondering, I get half the proceeds from these seminars, including royalties from the rentals.

pax / Ctein

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