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    you could always stand develop in rodinal. doesnt matter on the iso of the film , it will develop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfbiffherb View Post
    you could always stand develop in rodinal. doesnt matter on the iso of the film , it will develop.
    I second that notion!
    Gary Beasley

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    Rodinal, stand 1:100 and 3200 iso sounds like grain mayhem, but yeah, it'll definitely produce frames no matter what.
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    When I start developing at home again (soon I promise! It's far more cost effective) then I will keep some Rodinal on hand, I used to use that for emergencies while I was in photography school several years ago.

    What I wound up doing is just having my guys push all three rolls 1 stop, so the two rolls that were in the late afternoon will still be solid (which I think is more important for now) and I may get SOME images at least from the dark roll, may have to do some creative scanning tricks.

    I sincerely appreciate all the ideas though! I love coming to you guys for knowledge.
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