Probably, you are right Charlie. But Tri-X is scarce as a needle in a hay heap these days... Beside, I have no possibilities to develop them myself in the special dip... Naw, there must be some one who had thought of that.... --------------------------------- Xavier F. BILLE Maisons-Alfort - France.
From: <chfalke@xxxxxxx> Reply-To: leicareflex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: leicareflex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [LRflex] Re: How to recreate an atmosphere of TRI-X with Digital? Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 14:10:39 -0400 Xavier, Perhaps get some Tri-X and scan the negatives. :-) If you develop it carefully in Microdol-X it isn't very grainy at all, if with a bit less shadow detail. Kodak still makes both products. It's very grainy if you use HC-110, D-76 less so. Charlie. ---- "Bille Xavier F." <hot_billexf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hello Gants. > > The title says it all. > ------ Unsubscribe or change to/from Digest Mode at: http://www3.telus.net/~telyt/lrflex.htm Archives are at: //www.freelists.org/archives/leicareflex/
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