I researched on-line how to process it. Most examples I saw used D-76 developer and recommended at least 1-2 stops overexposure. The exposed film I had was shot as box rated and I do not have any D-76 and did not want to purchase any. I failed to find anyone who used LC29 (Ilford) on Kodachrome. I noticed the development times were generally extra long compared to black and white so I too a recipe for TMAX and LC29 and extended the development time. In this case I used 7:30 minutes as 22 degrees C. The developer came out dark gray presumably from the remjet backing coating. After stop and fix the film came out very yellow/orange owing to the yellow filter layer I believe. The remjet that was left came off very easily with a wet sponge. Many writers complained of the difficulty of this step. I did not even have to use the suggested washing soda solutions.
There was also very little contrast in much of the image with a low level of developed silver except in the brightest parts of the scenes. I think this could be improved by over-exposing the film. In any case a typical result looked like this.
|Devil's Punch-bowl Eagle Creek Oregon after B+W development|
|Converted in Photoshop to B+W|
|B+W print on Ilford MGIV RC Deluxe|
An interesting experiment but the results are not terribly satisfying.