XP2 Super 400 developed w/Rodinal 1:100 Stand
Old 03-08-2017   #1
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XP2 Super 400 developed w/Rodinal 1:100 Stand

I saw this blog HERE and decided to develop XP2 Super with Rodinal 1:100 for one hour with six initial inversion and six at minute 30 (that makes that a semi-stand ). I think I am not even close to the results that Chris got. But I am going to try again. Any recommendation on what to do?
I will post some of the shots below:

3XP2400Super-RodinalStan048 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr


3XP2400Super-RodinalStan045 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr



3XP2400Super-RodinalStan045 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr



3XP2400Super-RodinalStan040 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr


3XP2400Super-RodinalStan036 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr


3XP2400Super-RodinalStan023 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr


3XP2400Super-RodinalStan054 by Palenquero Photography, on Flickr
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Old 03-08-2017   #2
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Great stuff, I love XP2 in black and white chemistry!

I do a pre-soak in distilled water and then 5ml Rodinal and 600ml water at 70 degrees.
Agitation for the first minute only and then a couple of tips back and forward, then leave it stand for an hour and fix and wash afterwards.

I got my technique from a local photographers blog, link below.
http://1pt4.com/blog/ilford-xp2-stan...ed-in-rodinal/

My results have been very good, similar to his.

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Old 03-08-2017   #3
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Looks pretty good, too contrasty for my taste but I like more grays than most.

I would do shorter but more frequent agitations. One every 10 mins to start, if you still see uneven development as some of these frames show, then go 5 min intervals. You can keep the total time where you are at.
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Old 03-08-2017   #4
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a few of mine with this combo, rated I believe at ISO 200:
april2014-71 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr

March2014-16 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr
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