ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

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nonbowie
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ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby nonbowie » Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:33 am

ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

ANY ONE KNOW HOW LONG DO I NEEED TO DEVELOP BASED ON THIS SITUATION??? :shock: :shock: :shock:


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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby Ornello » Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:23 am

Trial and error is best.

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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby Keith Tapscott. » Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:03 pm

R09 is Rodinal. The guide times for PAN F PLUS in Rodinal are here.
http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.ph ... mdc=Search

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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby nonbowie » Fri Mar 08, 2013 8:01 am

longer development for film which take in dark environment?
i want to know the development time of 135 but there is not exit in data

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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby Ornello » Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:36 am

nonbowie wrote:longer development for film which take in dark environment?
i want to know the development time of 135 but there is not exit in data
You will have to run trials, as I said.

Start with 1+50 for 6 minutes and see how it looks. Don't just judge the negatives: make prints. A good negative will appear flatter than a good print. If the negative looks 'good', it's probably too contrasty.

Pan-F is a very fine-grained film, and as such it develops very quickly. Err on the short side. Maybe start with 1+75 for 6 minutes. But in any case, make prints from test rolls.

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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby Fotohuis » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:57 am

Because Pan F+ is building up quickly a higher contrast R09 1+100 is a good type of dilution.

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Re: ILFORD PANF PLUS 50 X FOMADON R09

Postby Keith Tapscott. » Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:29 am

I never found Pan F Plus to be particularly high contrast. I found an exposure of E.I.32 gave me better results than ISO 50 though.
D-76 diluted 1+1 provides excellent quality negatives.


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