I still think the easiest thing would be to start with the grainiest film. All other things being equal, generally Haist and others would all say you need a high pH, and minimum solvent action. Maybe something like D-19, or a Lith film developer.
There is also the monobath option - never tried a monobath but under the right conditions some of them are said to be very grainy.
The thing is you don't want (I don't think you want) mushy big grain. Just big grain.
Using a wide angle lens and cropping is still a good idea too.
Last edited by Michael R 1974; 01-07-2013 at 06:51 AM. Click to view previous post history.