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Re: Xrya Film and Pyrocat

Does your x-ray film have emulsion on both sides? If so, I would think that you are getting double the stain. Also, are you sure that the back side is getting consistent development? I'd try, as Sandy said, a combination of more dilution and less time. juan
Sandy King wrote:

In my previous message I absolutely ignored the fact that you mentioned you were working with x-ray film . For that reason my comments at the end of the message are completely gratuitous.

Sandy King

At 5:55 PM -0700 8/7/07, dan jones wrote:
I have been experimenting with xray film in various developers, and
have had some success using pyro hd (1+1+100/8 minutes/rotary dev). The
results are still a little too contrasty...is there a way to decrease
contrast with longer/shorter developing times or different dilutions? The
final destination is POP and VDB prints.

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