My approach to Rodinal semi-stand film development

My approach to Rodinal semi-stand film development

My film development workflow shifted in 2020 and became almost entirely based around semi-stand methods. Previously I had used ILFORD DD-X and taken great care over timings and chemistry – including for stand dev, but as I’ve found more of my projects start to come together I have not been able to dedicate myself in the same way to this process.

Semi/stand development is an incredibly lazy and convenient way for me to work through my backlog of exposed rolls whilst also applying my attention to writing, curating, sequencing, my teaching, and any administrative tasks I may have concurrent.

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My film development workflow shifted in 2020 and became almost entirely based around semi-stand methods. Previously I had used ILFORD DD-X and taken great care over timings and chemistry – including for stand dev, but as I’ve found more of my projects start to come together I have not been able to dedicate myself in the same way to this process.
Semi/stand development is an incredibly lazy and convenient way for me to work through my backlog of exposed rolls whilst also applying my attention to writing, curating, sequencing, my teaching, and any administrative tasks I may have concurrent.
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