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photos stuck together??!! help!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Dr. Drew, Apr 3, 2003.

  1. Dr. Drew

    Dr. Drew Guest

    i don't know where can find this out, so i'll turn to you wonderful 12ozers for help, since there's such a wide assortment of experts that browse this board...
    i had a stack of pictures from my vacation last year, and i left them stacked in a pile on a table, and where i live, its really humid, and after a day, they're all stuck together just from sitting out. fuck, if i pull them apart as is, it'll destroy the pics....does anyone know a method to ease them apart? maybe light steam? i dunno, it was the best vacation i've ever had....i hope i didn't lose the negatives...
    :eek:
     
  2. i'say use the hairdryer for a sec or two
     
  3. Dr. Drew

    Dr. Drew Guest

    i considered that, but wouldn't that dry it more, and thus solidifying the bond?
     
  4. vinyl junkie

    vinyl junkie Elite Member

    Joined: Jan 17, 2002 Messages: 4,725 Likes Received: 0
    try a damp rag or paper towel... just (if it works... i make no promises) be sure to dry them off real good after you seperate em...
    that's worked for me a couple times...
     
  5. uncle-boy

    uncle-boy Veteran Member

    Joined: Sep 1, 2001 Messages: 7,116 Likes Received: 1
    that happend to me before.
    i left some flicks in my glove compartment and when i took them out they were stuck together. i didnt try anything special to get them apart, so they were pretty much ruined.

    id try a light steam, like you suggested. or maybe ask Lono to ease up on the humidity next time.

    good luck!
     
  6. WebsterUno

    WebsterUno Guest

    *hmmm*

    steam, it should loosen them up.
    just be carefull. Lay them out, scatterd
    and let them air dry.
     
  7. hype wilson

    hype wilson Guest

    STOP JERKING OFF ON THE PICS!!!!
     
  8. Dr. Drew

    Dr. Drew Guest

    even before i made this thread, i knew some kid would make a commment like that. how predictable...
     
  9. Dr. Drew

    Dr. Drew Guest

    yeah, i think you guys are right, steam seems proper. i was going to do it anyway, i just thought i'd see if anyone has actually done it before, or if there's a better way.

    thanks guys :ballcap:
     
  10. yoshy

    yoshy Member

    Joined: Jun 23, 2000 Messages: 738 Likes Received: 0
    fuck that, what the hell is up with your sig?
     
  11. T.T Boy

    T.T Boy Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: May 18, 2001 Messages: 21,803 Likes Received: 41
    shouldnt soaking them in water work?
    being that you need water to develop them anyways?
     
  12. Poop Man Bob

    Poop Man Bob Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Nov 16, 2000 Messages: 10,259 Likes Received: 18

    I agree. Soak them all in water.



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  13. Dr. Drew

    Dr. Drew Guest

    steam=water, therefore steaming them would yield the same result as soaking. when the photo becomes wet, they have a jelly-like consistency and soaking might cause it to blur. i could be wrong, but i know there's a lot of photgraphers on this board who have a clue...
     
  14. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Guest

    soak them in water and walakazaam!
     
  15. vinyl junkie

    vinyl junkie Elite Member

    Joined: Jan 17, 2002 Messages: 4,725 Likes Received: 0
    if you dry em they shouldn't blur...
    and steam is hot, which could be much more damaging than plain old water...
     
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