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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    Or having a fantasy learning sequence montage where one goes from duh to ta-da during the course of 'Brown-Eyed Girl.'
    It is good to have a happy customer.
    If you uprate films by extend dev time and expose with data you want to look good pushed into the toe of the film curve it will either be more difficult to print or it will look like a low key print - latter is more subjective.
    You can reflect that Ansell Adams who normally had good light and a solid tripod used a variant of Stoecklers 2nd bath and D23 sometimes.
    google Barry Thorton for a latter day thought
    If a post soak in Borax helps with shadows it saves on fun times wet printing cause split grade burn and dodging real fun
    Id not like to comment on the Tgrain v dev options cept for the history that the first Tgrain was a surveillance film for uniform two platforms but needed a paired developer before it could be used for more normal pics.
    But even the later T grain films do need a lot longer in the fix bath cause the hypo sure can tell they are T grain crystals so after 3 mins in fix lift lid of tank and inspect until no longer milky then fix for the same time again, fixing is temperature dependent too.
    If you don't fix and wash proper you will be in Brown Winsor soup later.
    http://www.awh-imaging.co.uk/barrythornton/2bath2.htm

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    I'd really like to learn more about the two-step developing process -- or two developers. Any good references would be much appreciated.

    I now have 5 rolls of D3200 exposed at 1600 and ready for the DD-X spa treatment. I'll be developing tonight and will share whatever isn't horribly embarrassing as soon as I can. Thanks again!


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    I am happy with the D3200.


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    Wow. Thought I was on the site w/ the p in the first word there for a while :}

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    Quote Originally Posted by momus View Post
    Wow. Thought I was on the site w/ the p in the first word there for a while :}
    Peabay? Pacebook? I'm confused.


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    http://www.awh-imaging.co.uk/barrythornton/2bath2.htm
    You could try the 2nd bath with your current developer 3 minutes post bath.
    But your shots look nice already... even if Ansell used one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    Peabay? Pacebook? I'm confused.


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    Kick his ass, Sea Bass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinesh View Post
    Photo.net
    Is this a bad place? I only go here, so I don't know what that site is like.


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