pentaxpete

Further FX-4 Experiments 01

Still experimenting with Crawley FX-4 this time I used STOCK for 7.5 mins on the Old Tri-X and gave M6 an outing !

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Further FX-4 Experiments 01
pentaxpete, Jan 11, 2019
Location:
BRENTWOOD Essex England
Equipment Used:
1986 LEICA M6 + 1988 German 35mm f1.4 Summilux
Exposure:
1/250 @ f4
Film & Developer:
Old Kodak Tri-X in home-made FX-4 stock for 7.5 mins @ 20oC
Paper & Developer:
Jessops VC Glossy 7x5" in home-made D72 1+2 laced with 1% Benzotriazloe
Lens Filter:
NONE
Digital Post Processing Details:
Prints scanned with HP Scanjet 4570 + Vuescan Pro + FastStone Image Viewer
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    • Brendan Quirk
      Kind of soft - what do you think is the cause?
    • Saganich
      Fx4 is an odd formula, on the one hand it is supposed to be high acutance with increased film speed but 100g sodium sulfite dissolves a lot of silver, which seems to oppose that point. I think the images seem to show this conundrum. This may be more of an issue with higher speed films perhaps. I would knock back exposure and/or dev time and see how it looks.
    • pentaxpete
      YES -- thanks for Comment-- I think it is the 1961 Formula I used with more Phenidone and less Hydroquinone ( which is the 'Contrast' developing agent). Next 'Mix' I will try the later version ! ( Keeps me BUSY and mind off Hospital Appointments ! )
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