Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
...After I adjusted film exposure and development so that both films were developed to similar contrast, it struck me how similar the two films are in terms of tonality and sharpness. Tri-X is, of course, grainier, but both of them yielded very beautiful prints, and looking back at those prints, at moderate print size I have to look up which print is from what type of film, because I can't really tell them apart....
This is very interesting and it's funny that you should say that because I think of FP4+ as "the slower film that reminds me of Tri-X". I didn't know anyone else thought that. I am enjoying both immensely.