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    Fine Grain Tri x

    See my post today on the Leica forum
    http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-...?msg_id=00CsGt

    This is easily the best Tri x I ever developed.

    A modern lens and decent weather would make this look even better. It is an uncoated lens made pre-war.

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    Tri-X

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Moravec
    See my post today on the Leica forum
    http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-...?msg_id=00CsGt

    This is easily the best Tri x I ever developed.

    A modern lens and decent weather would make this look even better. It is an uncoated lens made pre-war.
    Your scans seem a bit muddy. Could be exposure or development. I've gotten very good results (grain-wise) with X-tol and whiter whites yada yada yada.
    But a very pleasing "Smooth" tonal range in HC-110 1:51.

    It's all a matter of opinion, I guess.



 

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