Quote Originally Posted by cjarvis
And back to the original subject...I would assume that developing in water produces such extreme contrast because there is no restrainer. Would that indicate that a more diluted "normal" developer like Potassium Oxalate or Sodium Acetate would yield higher contrast, because the restrainer would be weaker? I'm trying to draw on experience, becasue Clay's right - Pt/Pd is too expensive to experiment with.
That is a very good question? try it with a pd print. Not as expensive...