Hi all, Sorry for the newbie question, but I have recently bought some Rodinal at the recommendation of a friend and I've never used it before. I usually use DD-X. I have two rolls of 35mm I recently shot on a bright sunny day. One roll is Delta 400 and the other TMAX 400. I shot both of them at ISO 200. The reason for choosing these films is they were what I had left in my box and I needed to go to an event! I would normally have used FP4+ or PAN F I was going to develop them as normal in DD-X, but my friend suggested Rodinal, so I got some. My questions are: Will the Rodinal at 1:25 possibly give too much contrast with these films even though I'm pulling them a stop? Would I be better with 1:50 or would you recommend I stick to the DD-X? This is also the first time I have shot Delta 400 so I'm not sure how it compares to TMAX 400 as they are both T-grain. I usually just experiment by changing one variable at a time, but I have changed a few here so I just wondered what you knowledgeable people thought. Does not matter massively if they don't come out perfect as they are not mission critical. I do like a scene with a nice even contrast spread though, not just lots of mid tones and also not mostly black with completely blown highlights if you get what I mean. Thanks in advance.