Quote Originally Posted by Darkroom317 View Post
I figured both are good.

Right now I am just going off scans for web purposes. Photoshop is not the easiest tool when trying to get what I am want. The dodging in burning tool has problems. But that is for another forum. My experience in the darkroom has been better with my Fomapan negatives. That will be the true test. As far as I can tell all I have figured out is that Plus-X scans better than Fomapan.
The dodge/burn tools in Photoshop are horrid. Here's a tutorial I wrote on how to get darkroom-quality dodge/burn results in Photoshop. If you're mostly printing in the darkroom, and Fomapan is working well for darkroom printing, I would not change just because another films scans better.