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    How does minimal agitation in tubes work? Do you fill the tubes up to the top?
    That is correct. I do it sometimes for 8x10. Roll to agitate, then sit them upright to rest. Halfway through, I pull the film out and re-insert up upside down. This seems to minimize any bromide drag effects especially when stand development is given.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstraw View Post
    Sandy, do you still recommend the same for Pyrocat MC today? Do you have comparable recommendations for HP5?
    Sandy only makes digital negatives now. And when he last used film he was doing split development; i.e. 10 minutes in Solution A, 10 minutes in Solution B. This yielded a very low contrast negative which he scanned and then processed to the desired CI in the computer. I've seen 16x20" prints from some of these negatives and they are indistinguishable from contact prints made from in camera negatives. He's truly a technical iconoclast.
    Jim

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