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    Has anyone got an example we could see? Reticulation is new to me (I am pretty much self taught so far on the developing side of photography because our local college has a 'bring a photo and we'll teach you photoshop' type photography course).


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    It is actually difficult to reticulate modern films like TMax. It is best to try it with a fast, 'old' film, possibly Efke. The results from the later will be more profound.

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    A couple of years ago I saw a beautiful example done with Kodak Tri-X developed in hot D-72. Grain plus reticulation. It was posted on photoSIG.

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    I preferred developing in 30C/90F and then stopping in warm water followed by ice-water.
    fix as usual, wash as usual

    This was in old Agfapan 100, and the results were unpredictable to say the least.
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Koch
    A couple of years ago I saw a beautiful example done with Kodak Tri-X developed in hot D-72. Grain plus reticulation. It was posted on photoSIG.
    Tri-X in Hot Rod (litterally HOT Rodinal) and reticulation = Wonderful grain and hopefully great reticulation.

    I will give it a try.

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