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#1 theruisg

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Posted 15 December 2007 - 08:19 PM

Hi all,
Im so new to the world of photography youll laugh when tou find out what I want.
I'm developing my fisrt ever roll of film. Got all my kit laid out , have mixed the developer as per instructions, ive got the instructions for dilution of the stop bath that says 1-19 READY FOR THIS........
how much in ml is ONE??? if the water is 19
I using a patterson devloping tank for a 35mm film .

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 10:08 PM

I have just seen this....I can almost remember developing B&W film and enlargers. It was a lotta fun but digital is fantastic. Istill have a Patterson tank somewhere.
I guess it is too late but 1 to 19 means in any volume 1 ml to 19ml. 1 bucket to 19 buckets....john
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