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    Shot at ISO 200, developed in ID11 (1+3ish) for 14 minutes - agitation first minute and then 6 inversions every minute after that.

    This film dries VERY fast. I had no problem with using this film under a red safelight either ... Grain is VERY fine. I like it. Dark greens and bright highlights. It's lovely. Just a random sampling. (I killed my toaster today, by the way).

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    1+3ish?
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    "Well, my photos are actually much better than they look..."

    Richard S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    1+3ish?
    Well - technically, it was 100ML of dev and filled to 300ML with water (so what's that, like 1+2) but I followed a recipe of 1+3, but left my dev temp at 74F instead of 68-70F. Weaker mixture, hotter temp = a wash in my opinion. HAHA!

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    Looking great Katie! There is that glow that John (grumpy old man) is looking for!!

    Andy

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    Yep, Andy, I shot that with it mind. It caught on fire and I threw it outside. Then I saw it gleaming in the sun and thought of "the glow" I should get from it. Also, the shot of the wet tree with my darkroom in the background looks pretty glow-y too (the first image). I'm impressed with the grain of this film big time!

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    Testing times,

    Logically, following this thread and noting the attempts to reduce contrast and seeing the initial D76d results I should have tried a two-bath compensating developer

    Before being sensible, and using the excuse of spending three days making big prints for a big-for-me print order on the 10x8" DeVere, I decided to have fun and not be sensible

    Wondering why the film was ortho' and thinking it might have been for making title negs I made up some ID13 lith developer and tried that - Here is what happened at 40 and 80asa in lith developer

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    Following screams of "disgusting, shoot him" from you all, this approach could be useful for some work, but the exposure will have to be accurate to a fifth of a stop - I will try it today at 50asa on real subjects and in another body at 32asa for D76d times - After that the two bath tests using D23 + Kodalk, which I am currently out of so that will have to wait
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    Revised developing. 8 min @ 20C Rodinal 1-50 5 sec agitation per minute . 35 EI I could really get to like this film. Excellent grain
    A few more experiments and I think I will happy with the results. I added a bit of warm tone on my Flickr site that really stand out well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Ok, here are some of my examples as developed and exposed in the above post:

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    Rich,
    what scanner do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Serrao View Post
    Rich,
    what scanner do you use?
    Nikon LS-9000
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    "Well, my photos are actually much better than they look..."

    Richard S.
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    Grumpy, excellent, you have opened my mind to other possibilities! Ty for doing something different. Look forward to you D76 trials and tribulations

    Dances, loving this one of yours:
    Andy



 

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