ILFORD DDX PDF

Ilford ILFOTEC DD-X is a fine grain developer which gives full film speed. It produces negatives which are easy to print. Correctly exposed negatives developed. Ilford Ilfotec DD-X developer is an excellent fine grain developer which gives full film speed. Correctly exposed negatives developed in Ilfotec DD-X have a full. Negatives Developed in ILFOTEC DD-X Have a Full Range of Tones, with Depth in the Shadows, a Smooth Transition Through the Mid-tones and Bright.

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Shot in a bright day. Whether beginner, ambitious hobby photographer or professional, we have almost all the analogue films available on the market I changed because it was expensive even the Americans on APUG complain which says a lot and I had heard good things about Xtol in which I have not been disappointed Mike.

Ilford DDX – Film and Darkroom User

Last edited by a moderator: Enjoy the process Vishal Soniji camerafilmphoto “Enjoy the process” is the slogan of the Asian sales team, marketing analogue photography from Hong Kong. It also gives excellent results when used with quality black and white llford from other manufacturers.

They are only negative scans as I didn’t have time to wet print, but I hope they are of some use. Use the opportunity and find attractive products at low prices.

I Fuji, Ilford, Kodak and Emke and develop for 12 minutes at 68d with 5 sec. All times are GMT. Find all posts by David Lingham.

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Whatever the structure of the film is, will be shown. I use both Rodinal and HC depending on what I want the final image to look like. Rated 5 out of 5 by John Mason from My first impressions It’s easy to use and works great. The time now is I’ve used ulford all as per the Ilford specs.

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Thanks for posting the scans really informative. Rodinal is a decidedly “clean” developer; the grain itself is more clearly defined – and there is a HIGH degree of acutance. Aug 5, 8. I find little difference in results between the two products, however the use of Rodinal at 1: Beautiful negatives, good tonal range, fine grain with Ilford and Foma films.

Ilford DD-X is a concentrated, super fine grain developer for black and white negative film.

Paterson changing bag Have you just exposed your first film and now you are looking for the right photographic chemicals to develop it? Find all posts by CambsIan. I find the grain to be larger compared to Ilfotec HC which is my main developer.

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I use Xtol on a replenishment basis and its superb. You may have to tweak those numbers to fit your own enlarging system, but it works for me on both my Beseler 23 and my Leitz enlargers. Do you already have an account?

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Nov 15, I split it into 4 mm bottles, but in the past have kept the Ilford bottle for months gradually going through the chems, I never had a problem with the chemical going bad. DD-X is a one-shot developer. Nov 12, I have not tried it with T-Max yet. Aug 6, Ilford Ilfotec LC29 liquid concentrate film Works for me, although I’m using it for rotary processing, so the volume of chems is small so economy isn’t a massive concern.

Ilford PQ Universal ml Content 0. Compard R09 One Shot ml Content 0. User Name Remember Me? Unfortunately from time to time we need to part with them. BKA Acufine film developer to make 1 gallon Content 0.

Fine sharp salt and pepper grain, sharp pictures and beautiful contrast.

One of the thigns we haven;t fdx here is pushing films with DD-X wth Rondial. That said if you want really large grain then you could try a faster film with Rodinal. I will probably continue to use it for my LF films otherwise I find it too expensive. Our loss could be your gain. Or are you a darkroom pro and know all the tips and tricks like the back of your hand?!