Printing from slide film using RA-4 reversal processing

Printing from slide film using RA-4 reversal processing

Being partial to shooting some slide film where financially possible has always left me with a big frustration when it comes to viewing my precious slide film photos. I own a slide projector and a very good 35mm scanner but with the last real darkroom process for printing slide film: ILFORD’s Cibachrome having been out of production since 2012 I’ve never bothered to print any of my images. I obviously could just send my perfectly good scans to a lab for some high-quality colour prints on RA-4 paper but I love the masochism of printing colour photos in the darkroom on an enlarger while listening to some banging tunes!

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Being partial to shooting some slide film where financially possible has always left me with a big frustration when it comes to viewing my precious slide film photos. I own a slide projector and a very good 35mm scanner but with the last real darkroom process for printing slide film: ILFORD’s Cibachrome having been out of production since 2012 I’ve never bothered to print any of my images. I obviously could just send my perfectly good scans to a lab for some high-quality colour prints on RA-4 paper but I love the masochism of printing colour photos in the darkroom on an enlarger while listening to some banging tunes!
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