Can I alter the developer mixture to control the contrast of a print? Yes, to a limited extent – much less than is the case with film.
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No but, stop bath is cheap and avoids problems from developer carrying over into fixer. Staining and reticulation are prevented, and the life of the (more expensive) fixer is extended.
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One liter of QUICK SILVER concentrate will make 10 liters of working solution, capable of processing (600) 8×10 fiber prints or (900) 8×10 resin-coated prints.
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You probably don’t want to do this… In a print, you usually want some good, solid, maximum black. Most print developers are designed to be energetic enough to give this in a couple of minutes, as long as you expose more »
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