Quote Originally Posted by Brian C. Miller View Post
Ilford SFX has big grain, close to Delta 3200. The only time that you don't "see" grain is when the film is 4x5, and that's just a factor of enlargement. You could try a couple of different developers, and see if something works better for you. However, if you like the IR effect, then 10 rolls is the minimum learning curve. When I started out with Kodak HIE, I roasted at least five rolls before I knew that my changing bag wasn't IR tight. (I didn't have any dark space, and I loaded my film onto reels inside a changing tent.)

I mostly use Xtol, and some D-76 or Ilfosol. I haven't tried pyro yet with that film.
Thanks for the advice, I can tell its an interesting film, I like the look just wish I had learned more about it a long time ago.


~Stone

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