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    Quote Originally Posted by clayne View Post
    ... High shadow detail isn't always necessary. Neither are grainless images.http://www.flickr.com/photos/kediwah/sets/



    Nice stuff to prove the point.
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    Tri-X developed in XTOL 1:1 is somewhat less grainy vs development in D-76. Suggest enlarging with a diffused light source and avoiding overdevelopment. That said, a monopod and FP4 rated up to 200 may work.
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    Low and Slow

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Jepsen View Post
    Tri-X developed in XTOL 1:1 is somewhat less grainy vs development in D-76. Suggest enlarging with a diffused light source and avoiding overdevelopment. That said, a monopod and FP4 rated up to 200 may work.

    Do you develop FP4 rated at 200 in XTOL 1:1? Would it make sense to try HC-110?

    Also,

    Are there any advantages, for any developer, in developing at lower temps for longer times in lower concentrations of developer? In terms of grain, contrast, etc.?

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