D-11 or D-19 for low contrat films

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 03/08/04-09:54:43 AM Z
Message-id: <a06020403bc7246b03b2b@[]>


>If highest contrast is desired, D-11 is probably a better choice than
>D-19. You can still buy D-19 in a bag (at least last when I checked)
>but you have to mix D-11 from bulk chemicals. These developers contain
>KBr and fog increase with these developer should be pretty minimal.
>Ryuji Suzuki
>"All the truth in the world adds up to one big lie." (Bob Dylan 2000)

Just curious why you think D-11 is a better choice than D-19. I have
had some success with D-19 with low contrast films and wonder what
improvements I would find with D-11. Is it merely that D-11 it will
develop higher contrast, or is D-11 also better for some other
reason, such as keeping fog levels down?

Received on Mon Mar 8 09:55:26 2004

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