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Also this thread indicates that I should really try hc110.
I much prefer HC110 for Tri-X than Rodinal. It appears less grainy in my eyes with just as good tones.
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1970s Tri X was grainier but somehow looked better in the final image than today's version, as it imparted its own special look on the print.
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1970s Tri X was grainier but somehow looked better in the final image than today's version
Yes, I agree, it looks as if the old TriX had two layers, one for the light tones and the other for the dark ones. The TriX of today seems to be a single layer emulsion. I am not sure of it, but it seems to be so. The modern TriX is more graphical, less painterly, so to speak.

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Yes, I agree, it looks as if the old TriX had two layers, one for the light tones and the other for the dark ones. The TriX of today seems to be a single layer emulsion. I am not sure of it, but it seems to be so. The modern TriX is more graphical, less painterly, so to speak.

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I agree, there seemed to be a unique 3D kind of velvity luminosity, despite the obvious grain, especially noticeable from 35mm negative print enlargements obtained from 1970s Tri X.
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1970s Tri X was grainier but somehow looked better in the final image than today's version, as it imparted its own special look on the print.
I'm sure this has been asked before, but what is available today, if anything, which looks like old Tri-X (taking processing into account)?
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