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    High Key suggestions

    Kodak Plus-X 120 processed in Xtol was my favorite for High Key subjects. Alas this film is no more. It had a nice curve shape for all Highlight shots. Does anyone have a favorite film and developer combo that they find works well for them with these kinds of subjects?

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    FP4+ in XTOL. But in reality you could use a variety of films and get essentially the same results from a "tonality" perspective.

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    XP2 is a good one for High Key as there is no grain which is often more noticeable in highlights.
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