Fine Grain Developer

An inexpensive fine-grain developer as published in “British Journal Photographic Almanac 1941”. The following is an inexpensive fine-grain developer which is stated never the-less to give very excellent results. Stock solution Ingredient Quantity Mix chemicals in...

ID4

This is an exceedingly energetic developer intended for plates which have received minimum exposures. On account of the yellowish colour of the image even very weak negatives may have good printing contrast. Working solutions Ingredient Quantity Mix chemicals in...

ID3

This developer gives negatives of soft gradation with maximum detail in the shadows. Development is slow, but the speed may be modified by altering the dilution. Stock solution Ingredient Quantity Mix chemicals in order. Metol 3 grams Sodium sulfite crystalline 25...

ID1

Ilford pyro-soda developer for plates or films. Stock solution Ingredient Quantity Mix chemicals in order. Pyrogallic acid 25 grams Potassium metabisulfite 6 grams Water to make 0.25 liters The potassium metabisulfite should be first dissolved in the water previous to...