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...

D25

Formula for developer that produce grain comparable with that obtained with the popular paraphenylene-diamine-glycin developer (see Germain Fine Grain Formula), but Kodak D25 developer is non-toxic and non-staining. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Metol 7.5...

D23

This developer produces negatives of speed and graininess comparable to Kodak D76 developer. The developer may be replenished with Kodak DK25R Replenisher: 22ml should be added for each roll of film processed. Most consistent results are obtained if it is added after...

ID68

Ilford’s PQ borax formula for films and plates. Gives grain fine enough for all normal requirements without loss of emulsion speed. IngredientQuantity Mix ingredients in order. Sodium sulphite anhydrous85grams Hydroquinone5grams Borax7grams Boric acid2grams...

ID11

Fine grain developer from Ilford with the same formula as Kodak D76. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Metol 2 grams Sodium sulfite anhydrous 100grams Hydroquinone 5 grams Borax 2 grams Water to make 1 liter Do not dilute. Develop for 6–11 minutes at 20°C....