I was testing some Kodaline paper the other day, and it had really really long exposures. The included data sheet stated that it was for mainly contact printing or reproduction of halftone images, though the box I had was 11x14. So it really depends on the paper, and as long as the image forms to your liking you are fine. I havent had a chance to try lith printing, but as of what I read their exposures are also very very long.
Like APX, Fomapan indeed require more exposure at-least a stop when developed in Rodinal 1+50 to get the good shadow details. For me negatives are not that dense at all.
Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson
I will test again this weekend with and without graded filter.