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I'm now collecting developing times for Kodak Verichrome Pan.
I remember an old photographer telling me VP has a double emulsion, so I decided to do a web search and came up with this link:
I shot quite a few rolls of Verichrome Pan when I went to the Four Corners area last year and was very pleased with the results. I developed in PMK and Pyrocat-HD.
Please include: developer, dilution, time, temperature, agitation method, comments, etc. Unless otherwise specified, I will assume you are using the manufacturer's recommended speed rating.
-- Ed Buffaloe (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 09, 2001
I'm using the time from your website of 9 minutes for PMK, Ed, and find it to be right on. The Film Development Cookbook recommends 11 minutes, which results in very dense negatives. Good luck with your project.
-- Brian Hinther (BrianH@sd314.k12.id.us), April 10, 2001.
Try this film in D-76, straight, @ 20C, which gives some beautiful tones ; N+1 ; EI 250 ; 10 minutes
N ; EI 125 ; 7 minutes
N-1 ; EI 80 ; 6 minutes
Agitation ; constant for the first 30s, then 10s every 30s thereafter.
-- fw (email@example.com), April 10, 2001.
in Rodinal 1:50, 10 min @72 deg continuous for 30 sec, 5 sec every 30 seconds (two inversions), EI 80
in PMK 1:2:100, 7 min at 74 deg, continuous for 30 sec and one vigorous inversion every 15 sec (see Gordon's PMK book), EI 80
-- John Welton (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 10, 2001.
I can't get the link to the VP site to work.
-- Gene Crumpler (email@example.com), April 11, 2001.
Here it is. If you have to type it, remember it is case sensitive.
-- Ed Buffaloe (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 11, 2001.
a little late I know but if anyone is interested... EI 80. HC110 diluted 1:14 for 8 minutes. Aggitate for the first 30 secs and twice every thirty seconds afterwards.
-- David Parmet (email@example.com), July 08, 2001.