Originally Posted by c6h6o3
The problem for me in printing Tmax 100 negatives on Azo is not the loss of speed but the complete lack of contrast. Flat, flat, flat no matter what I do.
Have you tried D8 or D19 developers?
I can get enough contrast with old TMX for albumen printing in D-76 (1+1) 16min. at 75 deg. F. Just processed my last four sheets, so I don't need that info anymore. Here's one I've posted before--
I think the "flat" look of TMX is a spectral sensitivity issue. It can look a lot like B&W video or digital B&W straight from a digicam under certain lighting conditions.
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