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    Given the amount of interest in Rodinal the following link to a section of Ed Buffaloe's Unblinking Eye site may stimulate further chatter
    http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/Rodinal/rodinal.html

    as well as answering, as yet, unasked questions.
    Regards Dave.

    An English Eye


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    Dave,
    Many thanks for the link I tried Rodinal 1+50 with Ilford Delta 400 this morning with some rolls I shot at a steam fair last night. I'm impressed as under the same lighting conditions (and using flash which I hate) with DD-X I would have got good enough but laking something. With the Rodinal there's a beautiful satin feel and that sharpness is there again.

    Trying it with asa 400 pushed to 1600 and then Delta 3200 (with it's feisty attitude) are the next logical steps I guess LOL

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    There is perverted Xtol by addign Rodinal, anyone tried perverting DDX???
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by titrisol
    There is perverted Xtol by addign Rodinal, anyone tried perverting DDX???
    As it happends after asking around here a few days ago or was it a couple of weeks (mmm old age) I'm planning on doing just that as soon as I have a chance to shoot off some test rolls

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    OK, I was thinking in using 40ml DDX + 4ml Rodnal in 400 water (1:9+1:100)
    And give EFKE 100 about 25% less time than for 1+9 (14 minutes)

    Does that sound about right?
    Also what is the effect of using DDX 1+9, should I double times?
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    That said if you want really large grain then you could try a faster film with Rodinal.
    The priest must come with his extreme experiment!

    Delta 3200 @ ISO 25000 developed in Rodinal 1+25 for 35 minutes!

    VERY GRAINY, VERY CONTRASTY AND VERY BEAUTIFUL!
    (it was concert photos, and the band was VERY happy with the prints)


    Morten!

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    WE WANT TO SEE!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    The priest must come with his extreme experiment!

    Delta 3200 @ ISO 25000 developed in Rodinal 1+25 for 35 minutes!

    VERY GRAINY, VERY CONTRASTY AND VERY BEAUTIFUL!
    (it was concert photos, and the band was VERY happy with the prints)


    Morten!
    Last edited by titrisol; 11-15-2004 at 11:18 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titrisol
    There is perverted Xtol by addign Rodinal, anyone tried perverting DDX???
    That`s a morbid perversion!
    Let alone the beautiful Ilfotec DD-X.

    Cheers

    André

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