This is a soft-working, fairly rapid negative developer, producing good detail in the shadows, and is thus useful for negatives which have been under-exposed. It is employed to advantage when the subject is very contrasty (against-the-light shots, portraits with...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...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...Warm tone paper developer tending to produce slightly softer gradation than the normal paper developers and intended as a portrait print developer. IngredientQuantity This solution may be diluted 1:1 for increased time of development. Metol 3 grams Sodium sulfite...Soft working warm tone paper developer from Kodak. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Metol 1.5 grams Sodium sulfite anhydrous 22.5grams Hydroquinone 6 grams Sodium carbonate monohydrate 17 grams Potassium bromide 1.5 grams Water to make 1 liter Dilute 1:1 and...Same formulas as Kodak D52.