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[Rollei] RODINAL RULES



Jerry,

I am sure much of your life has been involved with "wasted efforts."
I simply pissed in the tank and this worked as both stop and fixer.

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> Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 17:14:52 -0700
> From: Gerald Lehrer <jerryleh  >
> Subject: Re: [Rollei] RODINAL RULES
> Message-ID: <3B9EA8FC.5E367C4E  >
> References: <3B9D9C38.6E5E6464  >
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> Mac
>
> That is fabulous!  I never realized that Rodinal
> was a monobath type of developer/fixer.  I always
> wastefully used a fixer (hypo) bath after the stop
> bath.  Alas those wasted efforts.
>
> Jerry
>
> mackenz   wrote:
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> > Rollei and Rodinal....I remember when in the mid seventies, after a couple of
> > years at the The School of Visual Arts in New York studying photography,
> > I went on the road in America. I carried a Rolleicord IV in my pack along
> > with a small bottle of Rodinal, Weston V, a developing tank, thermometer,
> > etc. I shot Tri-X rated at 250 asa and developed it in Rodinal as I traveled.
> > Over mountains, through deserts, on the highways and in freight trains the
> > Rollei and Rodinal Ruled! If I could do it all over again I would take along
> > a flask of single malt scotch whisky.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Mark Mac Kenzie
> > Santa Rosa, CA
> >
> > " A loaded train rides smoother than an empty"
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