Anton Roland de Klerk (Antonroland)
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Friday, September 07, 2007 - 11:25 am: ||
I would agree with Andrew about using cyano acrylate fuming but I doubt whether this will counter the effect of the heat. Are you pressed for time, how much time do you have? Is letting the car cool down in a cooler environment not an option?
Photograph your latent along every step of the way, even the untreated visible latent can often be photographed nicely.
Have a mirror or photographic reflector (5in1) handy for best results.
I would also be VERY wary of dusting with any powder while the substrate is hot as, at best, you will most likely have horrible loss/damage to available 3rd level detail.
(Message edited by antonroland on September 07, 2007)
Andrew Reitnauer (Areitnau)
Post Number: 6
|Posted on Wednesday, August 22, 2007 - 07:42 am: ||
I would use some SG fuming techniques to try and fix the print. Also with photography have you tried using the reflection of the light or sunlight to your advantage? In cases I have been able to use the hot spot to make a black on white latent image.
JD Edwards (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: sparky.tempe.gov
|Posted on Saturday, July 07, 2007 - 02:56 am: ||
I process several vehicles in the heat here in AZ and I notice that I can visually see the latent print. I'm thinking great.. after powdering and lifting the print with tape and transfer onto a card...there is no print. Is there a better method such as chemicals, methods,etc or just photographing the latent print with a scale. Keep in mind reflection may play a part in not having a good detail photo...Thanks