Has anyone here tried to freeze a developer to prevent oxidation?
"0.58 is the contrast-index aim for printing negatives with a
diffusion enlarger; use 0.43 if you will print negatives with a...
I used just 95 ml from a bottle that I opened Sunday night. I do not
plan to use this developer again. Any takers?
This past weekend I exposed a roll of Delta 3200, which I processed
last night in Ilford DDX developer, which Ilford touts as their best
How these products looked....
Don Goldberg is really good. He fixed the problem on my SL-2, cleaned
it up, put on a new top, and it's almost like new!
He turned it around very...
I always liked the M5. Why do you think it failed? For people with big
hands, the M4 is a bit too small. The large shutter-speed dial of the
Rather than mess around with Microphen anymore, I bought some DDX,
which is supposed to be similar. The bottle says to dilute 1+4. Is
The PH of Microphen is too high, resulting in too-short developing
times. I want to slow it down without diluting it. Which acid is
Does anyone else have the problem of curious people asking questions
about your equipment while you are taking photographs? This seems to
I just got some FX-50, and ran a roll of Delta 3200 through it. The
film was almost blank. Is there any reason why brand-new developer
I was wondering if anyone here uses a 560 6,8 Telyt, and if so, what
kind of case, if any, you use?
I just found the source for an earlier discussion about developer
strength. It was Troop and Anchell.
Marty Stouffer is selling his really big one!
Who does really good work on SL2, or should I just send it to Leica?
Well, my two packages of FX-50 finally showed up after about a month.
I am all set to try it out on Delta 3200, which has so far failed to
Does anyone use UFG developer? Do you have the sheet called "Agitated
over Agitation" that came with the developer? Thanks!
Question #1 was about the strength of developers immediately after
manufacture. I have read that developers are shipped with a little
I have just finished testing of Ilford Delta 3200, Fuji Neopan 1600,
and Kodak T-Max 3200, developed in Paterson FX-39.
The winner is the Kodak...
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