Need yellow dye for one step past traditional developing process.
My company develops its own photos for use in and for vision screening instruments that are sold all over the world. Once the process (using Ilford MGIV FB paper and Ilford chemicals) is complete, those photos that need yellow over white are dipped into auramine 130% yellow dye until they are the correct color and then rinsed one more time. This process has been used since the late 1940's.
The dye is very difficult to obtain and has, we are now told, some unfavorable qualities. I am looking for a safe, easy-to-purchase, quality dye to replace the old product, and one that will work well with the Ilford paper and chemicals. The dye must also have a long life without fading, just as the cartridge inks for most color printers have now.
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What program are you using when you "develop" these pictures. I would recommend paint shop pro for all your photo/image editing needs. Once I have more information I can assist you further so please don't reject my help. Thanks, Lee
Am i right in thinking the keystone is a old 8mm movie camera? Never had any experience with movie cameras, or developing their film- I'm goin to assume its like 35mm developing, apologies if this is completly useless advice. I'm fairly certain you will not be able to develop film in camera (camera will end up pretty wet). If the problem you have is actually getting film out o the camera I'd suggest a changing bag- basically a light tight bag that you put the camera in with your developing tin (if your home developing) or canister if your using a lab, you then have to put your hands inside 2 holes either side and transfer your film from camera to developing container- blind. I'd advise doing a couple practice runs first with some old unused film just to get the hang of it- it can be tricky. Again I have no experience with 8mm film processing but I'd imagine the principles are similiar. You can get hold of changing bags from most photographic retailers, and always follow instructions that came with your film.
you said 'I can't develop the pics.' Explain what you are trying to do here The message no intitalizedcould also mean not formated. Have you had images on this card before or is it a new one? Much more detail required.
If you need to transfer to your computer just connect the USB cable from the camera to the computer, switch the camera on, turn the dial to View and Voila! A connect icon appears on the camera screen. Follow instructions on screen to download photos; develop if necessary. Presumably you will then be able to download the jpegs to your photo frame from your computer.
Both high sensitivity mode and sports mode (when there is not much sun outdoors) can use high ISO sensitivity, which will add some noise to the pictures. But as you say, the pictures look great on PC. Are you watching them on 100% scale (in original size, not shrinken to fit screen size)?
So there is some problem in the way the company printing photos is altering the pictures. Try asking their staff for assistance with options to set there. Also try different company. In good company they should be able to help you with this.
Most photo processing centers or digital printing Kiosks can make traditional photo prints from a digital camera. There are also many on-line photo processors which conveniently deliver prints by mail. You can also make prints yourself if you have a photo quality printer like the Olympus P-400 printer.