Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
Actually Ron, it's a lessson on the extremes of a simple developer, one end is higher pH and acutance, the other with a low pH is very fine grain.

In the case of Metol the middle ground, as in most practical is D23. But the there are good reasons it's not used by many.


After all of those years in the lab, I can say that "I know that!" and mean it. And that I know what was being done to lay the grounds for a more effective compromise.

If you view the "triangle" of developer properties as flat, then by applying some new technology it can become effectively a "pyramid" bringing the points of the triangle closer in and making a developer that improves all 3 properties at once.