> Thanks Scott! I was going to hand process as reversal though...
Process the test as negative since it's easier and there's less to go wrong.
But if you process as reversal, again look at the unexposed area and it should
be a nice solid black, and not a smoky grey. The fog will bring the shadows
up so they're grey instead of black. And again, you can use Anti Fog #1
or benzotriazole if that's the case.
As the film ages, it loses speed and it gains fog in the shadows, and both
of these result in reduced effective film speed. The anti-fog compounds will
reduce the film speed further in the process of reducing fog. Using a less
active developer probably won't change much.
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