Quote Originally Posted by jakobb View Post
...In general I find a development process to give me a better tonal scale and abandoned any Pt/Pd print out process...
Hi again,

I don't know what's your subjective definition of "better tonal scale", but I yet have to see a develop-out pd print that has a better tonal scale than a print-out pd print - in my subjective terms. I greatly appreciate the open shadows and very very long tonal scale of print-out pd prints; IME, the longer the exposure scale is, the better (= wider & smoother) is the tonal scale. My usual exposure scale with print-out pd is log 2.9-3.0, and that's about 2 stops larger than the usual I experience with the develop-out variant...

Regards,
Loris.