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    I used Ilford Multi Grade developer on Plus-X film and got a good increase in grain size.
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    Ilford Delta 3200 in Diafine is grainy as f***! There's a sample here. It's a crop out of a 35mm frame, but still, the grain is plainly visible to the naked eye on the negs. Grainiest combo I've ever seen.

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    After reading many good reviews on Delta 3200 and the comments on this thread,

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/4...ta-3200-a.html
    I've decided on the Ilford film.

    So many films have gone creamy and every photograph has this smooth digital feel. As film users, we should exploit some of the great characteristics of film and achieve a look which differs from the norm.

    I will use this for my next project...now need to decide on a suitable EI in Rodinal...
    Last edited by Gary Holliday; 11-30-2007 at 01:00 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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