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    UPDATE:

    Ok, I tried two rolls of 120 TP, shot side by side with studio lighting - so no metering differences / light differences possible there. Both rolls shot at 25 EI, but one developed in Technidol (9' with shaker agitation every minute - classic instructions) and the other in Rodinal 1:150 (specifically 4:600, 7' with initial 30 sec agitation, and two gentle inversions at 5, 3 and 1 minutes)

    Two negatives scanned in the same pass to give equal exposure settings are here.

    Why am I nowhere even close to full development with the Rodinal?
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    hmmmm I think you are just under-agitated with the Rodinal.
    I am pretty sure I used a standard agitation schedule with the 1:150 Rodinal Dilution to get good development with the seven minute time. (standard for me= five tank inversions each minute)

    Hope this helps,




    Quote Originally Posted by NikoSperi
    UPDATE:

    Ok, I tried two rolls of 120 TP, shot side by side with studio lighting - so no metering differences / light differences possible there. Both rolls shot at 25 EI, but one developed in Technidol (9' with shaker agitation every minute - classic instructions) and the other in Rodinal 1:150 (specifically 4:600, 7' with initial 30 sec agitation, and two gentle inversions at 5, 3 and 1 minutes)

    Two negatives scanned in the same pass to give equal exposure settings are here.

    Why am I nowhere even close to full development with the Rodinal?

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    Thx Ian. I guess I have become paranoid of blown highlight with over-agitated Rodinal, that coupled with paranoia surrounding TP means thin negs? Everyone seems ok with "2 gentle inversions every two minutes". I'll try one with the "standard" agitation regimen.
    If you tone it down alot, it almost becomes bearable.

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    TP in Rodinal 1+300

    Hi, It's now Sep 23, 2008. Just in case some one is looking for TP developed in Rondinal info, here you have it. I have posted this info in some other places in the past few years.
    1. The myth of "enough soup" is not true. I used 1+300 dilution Specifically, 0.8 ml (exact) + 240ml water for 135 and 1.33 ml (exact) + 400 ml for 120. I used a small pipette with very high accuracy to measure my Rodinal and pure water - either distilled or RO water.
    2. Development time is 14.5 min 20C with about 10 turns for 1st 30 sec followed by 2 turns in 5 sec for every minute. I think this can be adjusted, may be less turns.
    3. The result is very close to Technidol.
    Here's an image with TP 120, taken with Planar 80/2.8
    Hope this helps.
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