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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    Everybody knows my method is the best! Anybody who does it differently and gets good results is just plain lucky. Sure, a figure eight might work good for you, but that's only because you are probably swirling it fast enough to generate random Von Karman vortices. Not everyone has your forearm strength, you know, and studies have shown that Von Karman vortices, while setting up sufficient agitation, can in fact introduce micro-reticulation in certain maniform sections of carbon based films, particularly if one does not consider the weak anthropic principle. Fool! I can't believe I even hang around here!


    Oh wait, were talking about agitation, not agitating. Sorry John. I've been monitoring some threads that are pretty much like that.



    ...Seriously, I think there are probably as many ways to agitate as there are agitated analog photographers. The one that you find works for you, is the right one. Probably because everybody is different. A unique snowflake.


    yeah i know what you mean i sometimes get micro reticulation and hear the voices when i process my film,
    ... the voices are usually telling me to --- Invert-de-invert-turn-invert-de-invert-turn-invert-de-invert-turn,
    and do the hokey pokey, but i tend to ignore the voices just the same

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    I saw a guy once doing that rolling thing, but then the tank rolled off the counter, so it ended up being burst agitation.

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