Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
It might be a bit of a hassle to keep moving all the time but isn't it easier that dealing with the aftermath?
By definition, stand development doesn't allow continuous agitation. If you want the supposed benefits of compensating development, the film has to sit undisturbed for substantial periods.

I gave up on stand development myself - I didn't like the results any better than what I get from normal development, and so it wasn't worth the trouble for me to figure out how to squelch the bromide drag problems I was having. But if you want to do it, you'll just have to tinker with agitation until you find a pattern that avoids bromide drag without being so vigorous as to negate the stand effects.