Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
Since light fogging is done to completion the presence of water droplets on the film during the process would have no effect.

A simple fogging developer is sodium sulfide which produces sepia images.
Lemme disagree on this: a chemical fogging redeveloper is much more potent than light reversal. The Ag+1 are ALL reduced to Ag0, contrary to what happens in a light reversal exposure, where practically not all silver granules are exposed and then reduced by the following developer (as happens in the negative process).
Infact all light-reversed and redeveloped methods call for a fixer at later stages, contrary to what happens when a sulfide fogging is used.

I suggest the OP to use Super Iron Out as a fogging redeveloper.