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    Sandy I agree it may not be the most ideal film for low contrast scenes but the speed is a nice plus.

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    Sandy, I've been developing JandC400 using brush development with some nice results.This is very close to rotary development times. In the case of a lower contrast scene do you think this film can improve with semi- stand or stand development?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertP
    Sandy, I've been developing JandC400 using brush development with some nice results.This is very close to rotary development times. In the case of a lower contrast scene do you think this film can improve with semi- stand or stand development?
    Robert,

    Yes, you can get slightly more contrast from JandC 400 with semi-stand development. With the 2:2:100 dilution of Pyrocat-HD and rotary develoment I could only get an approximate CI of about .9. With semi-stand agitation(actually extreme minimal) using a 1.5:1:200 dilution I was able to get the approximate CI up to 1.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachlan Young
    Wolfgang Moersch according to his website leads workshops on Platinum printing as well as making a range of specialized developers including Tanol. I probably should email him and ask for his opinion about development times.

    As to the ADOX/Efke 25 or 50 I have been leaning towards these for my LF work as I like their tonal response. What are their reciprocity characteristics like? Also, is Fuji Acros any good for alt printing or not? I know it has good reciprocity characteristics but am unsure if it has any major downsides with regard to UV transmission.

    All help much appreciated,

    LAchlan
    I've made a couple of pt/pd prints from Fuji Acros negs. I've even gone so far as to make pt/pd prints from Maco IR negs.
    Diane

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