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    Tri-x and hc-110 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    baachitraka

    it seems like it would be a good thing
    to pick 1 film and a basic developer ( and a paper and basic developer ) that are available where you live ..
    and use that film and developer ( and paper/developer ) for a year or maybe two, to learn all
    what your film/paper and developers have to offer you. then you will be
    able to use your camera, film / paper " in unison " to achieve negatives
    suited to you .

    what tends to happen is people get side tracked using 10 different films, 10 different developers, 10 different papers, 10 different developers
    and come up for air a year or 2 later wondering why they are in the same place they started ...

    its good to know and be able to predict how your "photographic system" will work in a variety of different situations
    and using 1 developer/film/paper is a very good way of doing that ...

    good luck !
    john
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    My combos are constituted by the applications and format, as I figured there's no one golden combo good for all:

    For casual shots + streets (35 mm& 120) s: Kodak Tri-X @400 in FX39 1:14 (or FX44 1:14)
    For night shots +streets@night (35mm & 120): Kodak Tri-X @1600-3200 in D76/Xtol 1:1
    For landscapes/nature/details (120 & 4x5): Kodak Plus-X & Tma-X 100 @100 in FX39 1:14 and Efke 25@16 in R09 1:50
    cheers
    Dominik
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