Agitation. constant vs Intermittent. Opinions

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sprocket-docket Regular Member • Posts: 228
Re: Agitation. constant vs Intermittent. Opinions

Autonerd wrote:

sprocket-docket wrote:

Agitation primarily affects fixing, not developing.

Not saying this is wrong, just that I was taught differently (at least for D-76). Developer working on a given bit of film gets exhausted, and the purpose of agitation is to get fresh developer on the film. Is that not correct?


Please, just read up on DF96. I acknowledged that this is not the same as with other developers. DF96 is DEVELOPER + FIXER IN ONE. It behaves completely differently because you have the two counteractive effects, and your job is just to balance them properly.

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