A place to throw my notes on my process of photography.
Great post. I came up with the exact same process some time ago, when I wanted to develop b/w movie film at home... Try it with paper, I've done some experiments, it's quite unreliable but something happens (well, if you want to get paper negatives from a negative, or positives form a positive). Thanks for the info on different films, I was looking for cheaper alternatives to Ilford PanF+ (which is AWESOME in reversal processing).
The only hard film so far is acros 100. Not even close to anything usable yet, unlike the Neopan 400. I'm going to try a different silver solvent on that one.
This is just what I was looking for!Yesterday I was developing Adox Pan-X Reverso with Fomadon R09 (without hypo) as a first developer (7 minutes). Pictures are too flat without hightlights, with big grain. Have you any experience with Adox?