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    Great photos there! I like TMax in ID-11/D76, although I honestly prefer the look of traditional emulsion B&W films like Tri-X. I have developed a couple of rolls of TMax400 in Rodinal too and didn't like it at all. It has a very harsh look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscrawfordphoto View Post
    Tmax 400 is beautiful in D-76 1+1. 9 minutes, 68 degrees.

    Thanks Chris. I was having a little trouble getting my Tri-X developing exactly where I wanted it and when I followed your dev times/procedure for D76 everything fell into place. I looked there for Tmax 400, but wasn't sure if there would be much difference in development time between EI320 and EI400 since it's only 1/3 stop.
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    just make sure you don't agitate much. Tmax's highlights are DELICATE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blooze View Post
    Thanks Chris. I was having a little trouble getting my Tri-X developing exactly where I wanted it and when I followed your dev times/procedure for D76 everything fell into place. I looked there for Tmax 400, but wasn't sure if there would be much difference in development time between EI320 and EI400 since it's only 1/3 stop.
    When processed to normal contrast, the film's real speed in D-76 1+1 is 320. Extending the developing to get to 400 will give too much contrast. That said, its a 1/3 stop difference. most will say you won't notice if you shoot at 400 and use the 320 developing time. I do, but I am very picky.
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    Although I prefer Xtol (replenished), Rodinal 1+50 works nicely with TMX 120. Rodinal may be a little sharper and does not seem to emphasize grain clumping excessively. This is a shot I got while testing Rodinal 1+50, 7:10 @ 76F.
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    Well, I did the first two out of three rolls this afternoon using ID-11 (1+1) for 9@68F. They look pretty decent to me. I timed things a little different than I did on my first roll earlier this summer. Started the timer right as I started to pour the developer, then poured it out with 10 seconds left so the stop went in at the zero mark. I also started with the ID-11 at 67F. I've found that it seems to gain about 1F during the developing, so I figured it would average out. I think my problem with that first roll was I was most likely developing for closer to 9:30 sec with the temp going from 68F to 69F. Don't know, maybe that was the issue? I did about 15 inversions to start with that were moderately quick, but then was pretty gently with the two inversions every 30 sec after that. I guess I'll see tomorrow or Sunday when I try scanning them.

    Thanks again everyone!

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    Here's a link to a few of the photos so far if anyone's interested (it's the first 15 in the gallery). Keep in mind most of the photos were taken in midday sun

    http://www.rollinghillsimagery.com/Film/Yashica-Mat/

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