Rodinal Article with Dev Times for Film, Light Conditions, Dilution and Enlarger
Below is a link to a 1979 Popular Photography Article authored by Bob Schwalberg 32 years ago.
This article was reference in the recent post, How To Get the Most Out of Rodinal.
This classic article gives the photographer a range of options related to light, film, dilution, and enlarger light source. It also gives handy dilution procedures.
I found the suggested developing times for FP4 and Tri-X to be more than a good starting point. My only disagreement concerns box speed. Tri-X at EI 200 and FP-4 at EI 64 or 80 is a better place to start for shadow detail.
Thanks to the fellow who scanned this. This type of information is getting lost.
Last edited by Richard Jepsen; 11-18-2011 at 01:41 PM. Click to view previous post history.