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    Re: Post Your Images 4x5 or Larger Shot with Ilford FP4+

    Cyanotypes can be very cool (pun not intended). Bleaching and toning can result in incredible looking images! They don't have to be 'blue"!

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    Re: Post Your Images 4x5 or Larger Shot with Ilford FP4+

    Quote Originally Posted by RHITMrB View Post
    Always one-shot! That and the syrup form (no having to deal with stock/working solution blah blah blah) make up the bulk of the appeal of HC-110 to me. Being a compensating developer at extreme dilutions is icing on the cake.
    I just read an interesting take on HC-110 as a one shot developer. I've only done this with Rodinal. That and compensating. I'll have to try this with HC-110. Thanks!
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    Re: Post Your Images 4x5 or Larger Shot with Ilford FP4+

    Quote Originally Posted by Henricus View Post
    I just read an interesting take on HC-110 as a one shot developer. I've only done this with Rodinal. That and compensating. I'll have to try this with HC-110. Thanks!
    When I using a 4x5, TMax100 and HC-110 were my usual suspects. I used Dilution V (for Vaughn!) which was one oz of the HC-110 concentrate added to 60 oz water: for about 10 minutes in a tray, I believe (it has been a long time).

    Made some pretty nice 16x20 silver gelatin prints with those negatives!

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