I've forgotten this. Can someone explain why the tone of the paper changes in relation to developement time. I recall that warmtone papers are warmer with less development time. I thought it had something to do with how the different paper silver grains developed at different times. So is it true the longer the development time the colder the look? And why?
If I remember correctly, warm tone comes from smaller grains in the paper. We know from film developing that shorter dev times yield smaller grain.
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