This last weekend I did some Palladium printing using Lithium Pall. I bought it to do a different process and one person mentioned they used it for there regular Pall / Plat printing. So I thought I would give it a try. My prints came out very nice. They are on the warmer side than the others and the following changes were noticed.
1) exposure times seem to be the same ( did a print with the same time as before and it came out the same density)
2) Believe it or not I find you have to develop it for the full 2 mins., that I notices that some tones did get darker from the immediate change till 1 .5 to 2 mins. Must be a slower change over.
3) Seems to clear faster and after the first tray all the stain is gone.
4) I use Potass Oxilate developer at 70 to 75 deg. and get a nice warm print.
These are things I found and just wanted to share with you. plus I think the Lit. pall is cheaper. maybe I think..