Video - Materials Review in the Darkroom for the Chloro-Bromide Silver Gelatin Emulsion
In this brief video, I show the materials and tools that I use to create my Chloro-Bromide (ClBr) silver gelatin emulsion for my large format paper negatives.
I also show and discuss some of my basic tools such as the magnetic stirrer with and without hot plate, a digital scale, and a few of the other tools used when coating and making the ClBr emulsion.
I look forward to your comments below and stay tuned as I continue down the path of creating this emulsion for my photography.
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