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    See attachment...
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    Uh oh. I just realized that the first image I submitted to APUG is a PS composite!

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    Oooh!!! I think you are going to make some people very jealous that you have that shirt. Very cool. -Grant

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    Greg I like it .... got a large scan of that ad? hint hint

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    LOL. May you drown in Xtol.. ;-)

    <just kidding>

    Yeah, that´s the one I have somewhere around. But the file is too small to be printed that large, it might be enough for a small patch on the chest or on the shoulder.

    On the other hand - remember that scan Sean uploaded here, the label from the Agfa paper box? Spline did a very good job at interpolating and scaling it - it´s good with graphical text.
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    Reverting back to the actual developer, I just dug out a copy of "Silverprint" magazine, issue 1, spring 1991 (Issue 2 was called "Ag") which contains an article by Martin Reed entitles "A Hundred years of Rodinal". Of particular interest was a set of 50x (approx) enlargements of Agfapan 100 developed in 1 Rodinal, 2 Ultrafin, 3 Rodinal added to a hydroquinone developer, 4 Rodinal plus sulphite and finally 5 T-Max.

    1 showed the most grain, but also the most fine detail.

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    Sorry, I just found the old scan on the internet. This is as big as it gets.
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    YEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It prints well up to 8"x10" (appropriate) and has that real 1900's look about it

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    It's 'Rodinal', not 'Rodinol'.

    Rodinal is not a particularly good developer for small films, but it is satisfactory for sheet film. Its main virtues are long life and clean working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansbeckert
    It's 'Rodinal', not 'Rodinol'.

    Rodinal is not a particularly good developer for small films, but it is satisfactory for sheet film. Its main virtues are long life and clean working.
    Personally, I disagree with that statement. APX100 in Rodinal (any dilution) is awesome. I even like the look of HP5+ in Rodinal. I just tried JandC 100 (120 size) in Rodinal (both 1:25 and 1:50) and it looks great too. -Grant

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