I have few questions... In Chapter 4 (film developing, Increasing Film Speed Page 50) Anchell talks about using Hydrogen Peroxide to increase film speed with old style film emulsions like Efke 25, 50, 100 but he says that doesnt work with modern films so he took it out of the 3rd edition. I was wondering if anyone knew what this information was. IF anyone has the 2nd edition.... ----------------------- Anchell talks about the amount of chemistry needed to develop a film to full completion. a minimum of 250 ml for 80 squared inches of film. (he recommends 350 ml) pg 41 so lets says D76 Straight at 250ml D76 1:1 at 500ml D76 1:2 at 750ml D76 1:3 at 1000ml My problem is i dont have a tank that would hold more than 600ml, So what are some things people do to get around this problem? i was thinking of using a Yankee developing tank that holds about 2 liters of solution when ever i want to develop real HIGH dilutions with 35mm and 120 films and i use Stand Development. Does that also mean Rodinal 1+25 = 250ml 1+50 = 500ml 1+100 = 750ml? Anchell recommends using films with ISOs under 125 for stand development but i like to use 400 speeds, has anyone been able to sucessfuly use 400 speeds or do they come out looking mushy? ---------------------------------- Anyone know of places to go to buy chemicals in Los Angeles? and has anyone tried these developers http://www.monochromephotography.com/ ? -charlie yeah i know im asking a lot but like with astronomy after a discovery, you usually have MORE questions than answers. mars? dark matter?