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    I'm gearing up to try Bromoil myself and was wondering if a lith developer (I use kodak D9) can be used and also if Bergger FB papers are suitable for bromoil? I see bergger listed but I'm not sure if its all they're papers or not and there is no mention of a bromoil specific paper they make on their site.

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    J&C has some bromoil papers. I don't think a lith developer would be a good idea (but i am not an expert here) as it works so differently than "normal" developers. Any paper developer should work as long as it is used a high dilution ratio.

    It is my understanding that it is best to use paper that has some "tooth", that is why the matt papers work well.

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