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Photographers' Formulary Chromium Intensifier for Black & White Film - Makes 2.75 Gallon

B&H # PHCI2.75G MFR # 05-0065
Photographers' Formulary Chromium Intensifier for Black & White Film - Makes 2.75 Gallon

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Photographers Formulary Chromium Intensifier helps to increase the density of black and white negatives.

This is a proportional intensifier. The amount of intensification is somewhat proportional to the amount of silver originally present in the negative.
Negatives intensified with chromium are stable. The process is used in room light and must be redeveloped in a quick-acting print developer.
Chromium intensification is best used for increasing contrast since it has little effect on thin, shadow areas
Additional intensification may be obtained by repeating the process, however this also increases the risk of damage to the negative.
The two main ingredients in Chromium Intensifier, potassium dichromate and hydrochloric acid, are both toxic substances. Chemicals are used once and discarded.
Handle with protective gloves and respirator

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Chromium Intensifier

By Joel the friend

from St. Cloud, MN

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    Comments about Photographers' Formulary Chromium Intensifier for Black & White Film - Makes 2.75 Gallon:

    I bought the chromium intensifier for a friend who works with black and white photography. He said the intensifier worked somewhat on making more contrast on his negatives, but not the best. Could be his negatives are too old. He is so glad B & H had chromim intensifier in the first place. Ordered from New York for Minnesota.

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    the jury is still out

    By martha

    from maine

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        Comments about Photographers' Formulary Chromium Intensifier for Black & White Film - Makes 2.75 Gallon:

        I used the product strictly according to directions. Since I was using it owith T-Max film, it did not make any difference in my negatives, per proviso in literature that came with the product. I ordered the same company's silver intensifier from another vendor (B&H doesn't carry the silver) and had very good results. I would not recommend this product for use on T-Max film.

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