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    e100 G push processing in tetanl e6 kit..

    hello i have pushed the e100G to 400....in the tetenal colortec how much time the first developer should be?? do you have any experience?

    seems to be 12 minutes..

    thanks

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    If you have not developed it yet, then you have not pushed it.

    What you have done is to underexpose it by two stops across the board, and you want to process with this in mind in order to get what you want on the film. If you overdevelop the film to get this, it is then called pushing.

    Have you tried getting the answer from Tetenal proper? I am certain that they know the exact answer to your question, to the second, with no Internet monkey business to get in the way.
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    i have underexposed by two stop (100 to 400) i should push by 2 stop.
    what ' s the exact time?

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    Look at the instructions. It's there if they haven't removed it recently. IIRC it's 5'30 extra to the normal time.



 

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