Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
Rodinal does have for me a distinctive look or signature when it comes to grain and sharpness. I love the look produced by Rodinal and I do recommend it be tried if you haven't before. At the end of the day you pays your money and takes your choice.
I totally agree! I love the look and grain of Rodinal and really use it much. At 1+50 it is great for my films (mostly Ilford Delta 100, Ilford Pan F, Agfa APX 100 and T-Max 100). Although I tend to use HC-110 for films rated 400 or over.

Rodinal is not that hyped, I think. It holds it's status because of the great quality of the negs it produces and the ease of use....and the price...

Here's the commercial:

[SIZE=4]"113 years old...give us another 113 years and we can revise the product!"[/SIZE]