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This is pretty cool! Intriguing work!
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Another one. Again, London, M6, 35mm, Tri-X
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Great shots. I am really impressed by the tonality of the second shot. That is EXACTLY how I'd like my Tri-X photos to look. Would you be so kind as to share your development recipe and technique?
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As suggested by a fellow member, herewith "Gateway to the Sun" aka a gate to field near Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Tri-X in Xtol.

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Hi Aalfano,

I tend to use the same approach once I have one that I like, rather than perpetually tinkering with things. So, the Trick-X will have been exposed at 400 ISO, exposure measured with an incident light meter and developed in Xtol 1+3 - 200ml Xtol + 600ml water for 13 min at 20 oC.
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Hi Aalfano,

I tend to use the same approach once I have one that I like, rather than perpetually tinkering with things. So, the Trick-X will have been exposed at 400 ISO, exposure measured with an incident light meter and developed in Xtol 1+3 - 200ml Xtol + 600ml water for 13 min at 20 oC.
Hope that is useful.

John

Very useful! Thanks John.
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