From: Shannon Stoney (email@example.com)
Date: 07/18/02-10:04:18 AM Z
Thanks for all the info about T Max. What developer do you use with it? Is
there any advantage to using T Max developer instead of say D-76?
> I am not sure exactly what makes T-Max film more finicky, perhaps just
> the thin emulsion.
> An examination of the time vs: contrast curves and time-temperature
> tables shows that while about a 33% change in development time results in a
> one paper grade change in contrast for most film only a 20% change is
> needed for T-Max. Since development is temperature dependant its also more
> sensitive to the developer temperature.
> T-Max is also capable of very high densities. It doesn't seem to shoulder
> off so its possible to get negatives which are hard to print....
> Richard Knoppow
> Los Angeles, CA, USA
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