Re: [Frameworks] Hand Processing B&W Lab Stocks

From: Ryder White <>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2011 18:12:38 -0700

Hi John

I use D-76 for 7363, which I like because it seems to rein in the contrast a
bit, especially because I usually have to push (I use it as a camera stock).
In the neighbourhood of 20 degrees, I typically do around 7.5 min...I think
David already noted that for 7302 and 7222. I've also used D-19 for four
minutes with reasonable results. I should note that my darkroom benchmarks
are pretty loose and I'm usually going reversal...

Let me know what you find to be good for 7366...I've been really wanting to
work with that stuff...


On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 6:08 PM, John Woods <> wrote:

> Any sites with information on hand processing lab stocks with common
> developers like D-76 or D-19? Seems to be precious little information on lab
> stocks processing on the net, though I did find one recommendation for 7363
> for 5 minutes in D19.
> I've got some 7363, 7366, 3302 and 7234 that I would like to do optical
> printer tests on. I'd be thankful for some guide times for my test strips or
> whether I should try a different developer like Dektol, etc.
> John
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