Quote Originally Posted by jp498 View Post
When developing be absolutely boringly consistent in agitation and tell us how that works. Is it straight d76 or 1:1? If it's the same batch of developer from last year, it could be going bad depending on how it's stored.
I've been following Kodak's recommendations for developer agitation, but what do you recommend for stop and fix? I'm reading different opinions online, and kodak is not really clear on it. They said 30s for stop and 2-4 for fix with tri-x 400, but they don't specify what agitation method you should use.

Thanks.