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    Arista Ortho Arista APHS

    Hi I am looking for some Info on rating the speed of the film for continuos tone
    phtographs using FreeStyle's Arista APHS
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    Not very high IIRC. 3 or 6? Good if you don't have a shutter.

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    I'd love to see some examples of this film shot for continuous tone development and the details of the shot. ie exposure, development, filters and all that jazz. Thanks

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    Arista APHS

    Thanks guys I made a 8x 10 pinhole over the week end I will post some tests soon
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    HC 110

    How is HC 110 for development maybe 1/15?
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    How much contrast do you want?

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ic/500505.html

    That link shows a real nice image by Jim Galli. If I understand it right he used 15:985 Dektol. -)

    Or you could try the LC-1 developer.

    http://members.aol.com/fotodave/Articles/LC-1.html

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    You can develop the film with safe lights, and using dektol. This allows you to develop by inspection. I've done everything from 1:1 to traces of residual dektol in the trays, with excellent results. For more contrast in the negatives, do not dilute as much. 1:4 would be very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Zentena
    Not very high IIRC. 3 or 6? Good if
    you don't have a shutter.
    I'd suggest a film developer for film; some one
    that would be used with Tech. Pan.

    A speed of 3 or 6. Is'nt that about the speed of
    print paper. Ortho. You don't suppose they coat
    that film with the same emulsion they use on
    VC papers? Or perhaps vice versa? Dan

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    Certainly not VC paper, but it seems that it could be something close to a graded paper but sensitive to a broader range of wavelengths. Note that you shouldn't use an OC safelight when developing this film. A red safelight is recommended.

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    Does this film need a hardening fixer? I asked in another thread but no one ever replied. I have some Kodak rapid fix but I've never used it. It looks like mix 1:2 and then add the hardener, but I'm thinking that you can leave the hardener out and just mix it with water and do it separate from the fix. But I'm not sure how much water to add to it. Maybe 100:1?

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