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If you are not familiar with Ilford's Ilfotec DD developer, it was designed for replentishable, commercial deep tank processing.

I really like the look of Tri-X with this developer. It brings out the beauty of the Tri-X grain!

Just in case anyone is wondering why the lines of the building look jagged? It's because you're seeing the reflection of the building itself in those lines. It's not over sharpening or being pixilated.

The part of the building that is causing those reflections is outside of the frame.

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Really nice work! Inspiring...
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Thank you Alda
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Tom Angelo
Tom Angelo
Great B&W tones and contrast !
2 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to Tom Angelo
Thanks Tom
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