Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post

For most of my own work with both sheet film and roll film I personally use a type of development that I have called Extreme Minimal, that is, agitation for 1.5 minutes at the beginning, and then for ten seconds at the 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 points of total development time. The dilution that I use is 1.5:1:200.
That's what I do. I've just been calling it something else. Interesting that your dilution is just about what I have been using.

Do you vary the solution A to B ratio to yield greater contrast or to provide compensating development in extremely high SBR situations?