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    I've found I have better results pushing B&W film if I use a lower contrast developer like D23 or Ethol/Acufine. It gives you more room to push. Stand development is also a good technique to use when pushing film.
    Gary Beasley

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    In my experience Efke films have an amazing lattitude, and be in the developer for almost an hour before chemical fog becomes a problem. I have heard the same about tri-x. Ilford fp4 not so much. development almost ceases at about 30 minutes, and shadow density increases rampantly.

    If you are shooting 35, then buy a few rolls all different types and try them out.

    yours:

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