I just saw a shot by Allen Gilman ("untitled"), done on Tri-X (pushed) and souped in Rodinal 1:50 in his gallery.
Since Rodinal is my developer of choice, I'd like to hear more about your experiences.
I've used it for my Efke stuff (but at max. EI 100), and I'm very pleased.
However, I'd like to either push Efke KB/R 100 up to at least 400, or use my newly acquired TMax 400 at nominal EI 400, or pushed to max. EI 800.
I've read a lot about Rodinal not being suitable for more sensitive films (above 100), but Allan's resulting photo (mentioned above) leaves nothing to be desired. I quite like it.
So, I wondered if Allen can share some info on developing times, etc...
As an aside, I develop my Efke KB100 (and R100 in medium format roll film) in Rodinal 1:50, at 20 deg. Celsius (68F), for 10 to 11 minutes, depending on the lighting conditions and the desired effect.
I also use Jobo processor CPE-2 with Jobo lift, and usually reduce the above times by half a minute to one minute.
Just yesterday I developed two rolls of R100 taken in rather sunny and contrasty conditions in Jobo processor, but it seems that I've left them souping a bit too much - the negs are dense, and the scans are not so good
I'm about to try Efke 100 pushed to 400, and will probably try Rodinal 1:50 at about 20 minutes in hand tank. The recommended times from various sources vary wildly - from 18 to 24 minutes, so I guess 20 minutes should be an OK starting point for hand inversion once every minute....
So, finally, I'd like to hear your experiences with Rodinal and push processing. It can be done, and very successfully, as Allen's photo shows