Some out of date TMax 100 shot at 400 by mistake

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And 1 hour stand developed in Rodinal

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The last one is my favorite
 

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Wow - great results!! I'm guessing your chosen development method really helped keep that grain down. The detail of the rock beneath the horse's head in #1 is superb. I'm also loving the texture of the rock, as well as that wagon wheel. Nice tonality throughout.

Nicely done!
 

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Tmax 100 is the best. Great photos.
 

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Very nice tonality, so I just bought some Tmax 400 120 film, would you recommend the same method you used?
 

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I guess I'm too many years out of the film game.

1 hour stand in 1+100 Rodinal is the guaranteed "it will work" formula if there's ever a question on how you should develop something.
 

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Very nice tonality, so I just bought some Tmax 400 120 film, would you recommend the same method you used?

It will certainly work. This was T-Max 400 (120) in Rodinal 1+100, 1 hour stand.
 

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Very nice tonality, so I just bought some Tmax 400 120 film, would you recommend the same method you used?

It will certainly work. This was T-Max 400 (120) in Rodinal 1+100, 1 hour stand.
Eh...Gary's Rodinal is magical, I never got this good results in mine. For Tmax 400. But then Tmax 100 is quite different from 400. Despite similar name.
 
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Wow - great results!! I'm guessing your chosen development method really helped keep that grain down. The detail of the rock beneath the horse's head in #1 is superb. I'm also loving the texture of the rock, as well as that wagon wheel. Nice tonality throughout.

Nicely done!

Thankyou very much
 

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