From: Robert W. Schramm (email@example.com)
Date: 07/18/02-03:39:29 PM Z
I am simply paraphrasing a statement in Steve's "Film Developing
Cookbook." You would have to ask him what he means.
>From: Richard Knoppow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: HP5+ and LONG development times
>Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 16:52:01 -0700
>At 04:50 PM 07/17/2002 -0400, you wrote:
> >You might try Xtol. This contains milder developing agents that you would
> >probably not be sensitive to. Also Steve Anchell says HP4 and Xtol is the
> >best B&W combo available in terms of tonal range.
> >Bob Schramm
>Previous thread snipped...
> What exactly does this mean? The range of tones, or more exactly, the
>range of shades of gray are a matter of the contrast and density range of
>the film and printing method. Does he mean the maximum density obtainable
>from any combination of films? I doubt it.
> This sort of terminology really bothers me.
>Los Angeles, CA, USA
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