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  1. Mar 2017
  2. Feb 2017
    1. Try to get a Ralph Gibson neg expose tri-x at E.I. 200 and overdevelop the neg if I remember correctly something along the lines of 11mins in Rodinal 1:25 20°C

      Normal Tri-X at ISO 200 in Rodinal takes 7 minutes according to the massive dev chart, 11 minutes is an increase in 57%.

    1. The negative I used was developed in Rodinal 1+25 for 16 minutes at 20*C and has still provided fairly soft tone gradation despite extended development.

      As mentioned further down:

      She simply set her spotmeter to the recommended ISO rating and placed the black ball of wool in the basket onto zone 3. Additional exposure was then given for the bellows extension factor. The recommended development time for Rodinal diluted 1+25 was 8 minutes, so that time was doubled

      Seems to be that exposing FP4+ at box speed and then doubling the development time can lead to adequate negatives for salt printing.