Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
It is good that there is so little fogging but have you tried printing with the Ilford MGIII? MGIII is now very old and some I was given had little or no fog but had lost quite a bit of contrast.

The effect was to give a different look which was fine for some prints but certainly if a neg had required a higher contrast then I would have had a problem.

pentaxuser
Hey pentaxuser

I just looked at the boxes, 11x14 and 8x10, and the notes I had written on the boxes. Both boxes showed good. I didn't note any contrast change. I don't think I could tell if there was a change since I don't have any to compare with.

I just today mixed up some Sepia toner and put a few prints that I had printed, and they looked very good as far as toning. I used a couple of prints from Ultrafine ( no idea whose paper ) and they came out a chocolate brown. Nice, since I like that tone. I also toned some fiber Adox MCC 110 that I had just recently bought. I didn't care for the color of those
with Sepia toner.

I'll try the Ilford stuff tomorrow and see how that works out.

Richard