Quote Originally Posted by Jorge Oliveira
My biggest doubt re Pyro - how well does it goes with 35mm film with classic (non-zone) exposure - grain, contrast, etc.

I'm looking for a way to tame TMX higligts blockage without giving up on grain.

Note; I mix my soups.

Jorge O
I would not use PMK with 35mm film - It sounds like split D23 would work well for you. 4 min for bath A and 4 minutes for bath B - any film - mix and match - lots of exposure compensation and fine grain. Don't count on N+1 contrast though. N or slightly N- will be what you get. - Get the recipe off Barry Thornton's website - I use his version. It is cheap, easy to mix and lasts a long time.