Hi,

new to the forum, and pretty new to photography. I'm interested in b&w photography, and have been disappointed with high speed films so far. I liked the APX 25 from Agfa, and I now use the Efke KB25 for the most part.
Anyway, I was thrown some samples of the new Kodak Tmax 400 and went out to burn some film. I shot a couple of rolls at nominal speed of ISO 400, and then I remembered a statement from someone that Kodak rate their b&w films at a higher ISO than what they really are. With that in mind I fire one off at ISO 250. So, here I am with one roll of film, not knowing how to develop it...
Should I compensate for the over-exposure, or should I process it normal?

Any wisdom on this topic would be greatly appreciated.

Thomas
Saint Paul, MN