The negative making the print on the left was a scene of flat lighting. Very flat.
The negative making the print on the right was in normal contrast lighting if you discount the rising sun.
They were both developed for the same amount of time, believe it or not. So it evened out the contrast range between the two negatives - automatically within the process.

- Thomas

Quote Originally Posted by Marco B View Post
So, essentially this was a "push" development, however the stand development used to control or limit grain sizes? Less agitation, so finer grain? Do I understand you right for these specific images?