Hello! Today I face new problems. I use Rodinal for developing my films, and some kind of Agfa chemistry for the paper too. Till now I used Ilford PAN 100 and Tura P 100 films (cheap ones), but the rolls ended so I decided to try something "better". The problem I face now is the same I had with Ilford Delta 100, I tried once - thing is that the negatives (that would be ok for me), but also the pictures (and that's not good at all) are way too contrastly - You can't see human faces or any detail. Not even talking about any use of contrast filters (forget about them). I suppose that T-Max films are better (professional) than more cheaper Tura P or Ilford Pan 100, and it's good that the gradation is from dark black to transparent (for the negatives) rather than medium grey to transparent. But - how to lower the contrast? An'ything wrong with the chemistry? Or should I decrease the light of the enlarger/ increase the copying time? Thing is that with the greyish Ilford PAN 100 and Tura fils I had no problem. Hope You got the idea. Thanks! PS. I've never attended any lessons to photography, nether read clever books and have shot very few films in my life, but I like the analogue process, and that I can do it myself. So, maybe my problem/question might seem a bit strage to You, professional shooters.