ILFORD DELTA 3200 AT 1000 ISO HELPPPPPPP

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Hey guys! So im majoring at Photography and i have a subject about film photography. For my last film, i've choose Ilford Delta 3200 but shot at 1000 ISO.
How will this affect the developing time and chemicals ratios? I've searched but cant find any "fair enough" response.
Im the one who's got to develope it, tomorrow, so im starting to freak out a bit
THANK YOUUU
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Hey guys! So im majoring at Photography and i have a subject about film photography. For my last film, i've choose Ilford Delta 3200 but shot at 1000 ISO.
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That will be maybe surprise to you, but 1000 is a nominal sensitivity of Delta 3200. At least Ilford says so.
And why are you freaking out ? Never developed film before ? Well good luck. If you have D76 use at full strength in 20 C for 10.5 (10 to 11) minutes with nominal agitation ( first minute constant and first 10 seconds for every minute afterwards ).
Edit: little late, I know. Maybe it is over. Wonder, if ever we will know...
 

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