Quote Originally Posted by madgardener View Post
Ok, I cut a lot of this post out, but in general to answer the questions, the class I took was 3 years ago. The school was using the Sprint brand of chemicals, which wasn't too bad. Its when I tried developing at home that the grain was really bad. I was using Arista developer (just the regular stuff). I still have a couple rolls in the freezer and intend to try it again with some HC-110, and see what happens.
I would try DD-X. Seems to give very nice sharp grain.

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It's a long exposure which should introduce more grain and its pretty non-grainy.


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