Kodak TriX @ 1600 and 3200 in Microphen

Gear:
Konica Hexar AF

Recipe:
Kodak TriX @ 1600 and 3200
Microphen stock
17 min

Just a simple note to say that looking at these results and the ones I got using Ilford HP5+, the negatives from the Ilford show more contrast and a tighter grain.

I mean… TriX is amazing and this is, after all, 1600 and 3200 ISO… the negatives are smooth, nice range and very good detail for such a push but I’m thinking about looking at both the Kodak and the Ilford hanging to dry in my bathroom… Hp5+ just stood out with beautiful contrasted negatives, the Kodak was much less puchy.

Scanner wise, they both handle almost the same way using my cheap Canon 9000F but I’m setting up an amazing dark room with a few friends from a new born photoclub near Lisboa and I will continue to share my lame experiements with you guys but… doing the process all the way, from the taking to printing as it should be 🙂

You can see the same combination of camera, developer and dilution in here:
HP5+ @ 1600 and 3200 in Microphen

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