tri-x and rodinal

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  1. david b

    david b Member

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    I am about to try some tri-x and rodinal in 120 and was wondering if the following sounds right?

    ISO 400
    1+50
    10 @ 68
     
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    I would add a few minutes. 12-13 minutes I suggest.

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    You can also check the discussion I started regarding the 320asa version of 120 Tri-X:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/showthread.php?t=9714

    Excellent results. I still am amazed with what I get even after more than a dozen rolls developed in this combo. The images just jump out from the negatives and even printed a small as 13x18cm you can just taste the accutance and tones. Printed 20x25cm you can see the grain in some areas (like grey skies) but not only it is not obstractive, it is a beautiful grain! And the detail is incredible.

    Also check this thread for some sample images:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/showthread.php?t=9919
     
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    This guy was done with Tri-X in Rodinal 1:50, 10.5 min @ 68 deg f. This is on 35mm film though. Rated at 320 asa.
     

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