How does one warm and keep the developer warm while in the tray. I will work with 8x10, 11x14 and 16x20 trays eventually.
Definitely start with the Foma paper. I use a tray warmer to keep the developer temperature up. You could put the dev tray into another tray holding hot water which can be topped up.
"you get your mouth off of my finger" Les McLean
I would like to recommend Ultrafine's lith developer. For the price of 1/2 liter of some types, you get two gallons of really concentrated stuff--enough to last even a frequent lith printer quite a while.
The A+B concentrate is what I'm talking about--$26.50:http://www.ultrafineonline.com/abdeco.html
I am finding it very easy to work with.
Originally Posted by ymc226
Thanks for all the replies.
I just remembered that I have Ilford Warmtone MG FB that I bought and at that time did not like the tone.
As it is a warmtone paper, does it work with lith printing or will I get more distinctly "lithy" results with the Foma papers?
You will get better "lithy" results with the Foma paper. The Ilford warmtone works well with secundary lith development (lith developing after bleaching)
Have you seen the light..?