Beautiful warm tones may be obtained with this developer on both contact and projection papers. (Ed note – developers don’t generally cause tone shifts with modern papers as well as they did with older papers.)
|Hot water (125F or 52C)||750 ml|
|Sodium Sulfite, anhydrous||17 g|
|Sodium Carbonate, monohydrated||71 g|
|Potassium Bromide||2.75 g|
|Water to make||1 L|
For use dilute 1 part stock solution with 5 parts water.
Give prints 3 to 4 times normal exposure and develop 1 to 7 minutes at 68F (20C).
From Ansco Formulas for Black and White Film by GAF, 1948 – Formulas are provided for historical reference. They may not work well with modern films and papers. Some of the chemicals can be dangerous. As with all photographic processes, be careful.