Tri-X with D-76 @ 1+3

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Tri-X with D-76 @ 1+3

Postby Goros » Mon Nov 22, 2004 4:12 am

Hi all,

I've read that some developers have an additive to make it "a fine grain" developer, but diluting it it will be possible to get a better acutance showing the real film grain structure. This is what happens when using D-76 alone and 1+1.

I've also seen somebody using D-76 1+3. Has anyone any idea of the processing time for Tri-X @ 400ISO?

Thanks

Alfonso Gorostiza
(from the heart of the Basque Country)


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Postby Digitaltruth » Mon Nov 22, 2004 5:44 am

I'd recommend a starting point of 14-15 minutes at 1+3 for Tri-X. Let us know how it works out.
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Postby Goros » Tue Nov 23, 2004 6:06 am

Good day,

Thanks for your tips. These two are the only developers I use, D-76 1+1 and Rodinal 1+25.

I love grain in the pictures and wanted to see what kind of grain D-76 could get when using it more diluted.

Anyway, I'll try both (D-76 1+3 and Rodinal 1+50).

Cheers

Alfonso Gorostiza
(from the heart of the Basque Country)


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