Going to see if I can make Fuji Crystal Archive 8x10 paper into positives, straight out of the camera. Here is the Process as I understand it.
(Similar to how E6 works)
Step One. Black and White Developer
Step Two. Stop Bath
Step Three. Lights ON and Wash
Step Four. Expose The Paper Negative To Light (It should at this point look like a black and white negative, You are doing a reversal exposure as to eventually produce a colour positive)
(lights on from now until end)
Step Four. RA4 Developer
Step Five. Second Stop Bath
Step Six. Wash
Step Seven. RA4 Blix
Step Eight. Wash
I am not sure if this is going to work, I expect the colours to be hugely shifted to either red or blue from what i have read online. I do however expect to get a one off colour 8x10 print from each shot which is hugely exciting.
Everything I know (or think I know) about this process is from here
If you have any theories or ideas about this process, please comment as there is little information and even less examples of results on the internet
you need a back to hold the instant film, you cold have no back and use a piece of photographic paper if you built some kind of slot for it. BUT you would then also need black and white chemicals and know how to develop the paper hope that helps didn’t quite understand your question