I ended up souping in d-76 1:1, and I think I would have got better shadow detail by going with that developer in stock solution, undiluted. That said, negatives looked pretty good, although I did have one frame that was unusable because of so little information was on it.
I really do need to remember that I've got this at my disposal when I need it. Although I swore off Tri-x in 35mm because it's so difficult to scan (the negatives curl profusely), it lays quite flat in 120 format. In fact, I can't tell the difference between that and anything made by Ilford that I've ever processed.
|Would I have got more shadow details in the front of that rock with stock d-76?|
|I think the tones are really nice here.|
|I was surprised at the detail I could see in the darker areas of this image. In the negative, it's difficult to see anything at all.|