7363 is orthochromatic and is process until completion, so you can't *really*
overprocess it. It is extremely forgiving in terms of time and temperature. I'd
recommend processing under a safelight so you can watch the process. Using a
paper developer such as Dektol will afford you a wider range of tones/greys
over film developers and is a great way to play with the stock. D-19 is a
high-contrast developer and will typically give you black or white with little
in between. Usually I process short strands (40'/12m or less) of 7363 in trays
or buckets with paper developer and a safelight until it looks "done." Guessing
around 5-6 minutes at 68F/20C. I've honestly never checked the time but have
had a lot of success with this method.
On Aug 3, 2014, at 22:09, Erin Weisgerber <eri...@gmail.com> wrote:
I usually use D-19 to process 7363 to negative, but I'm thinking of trying out
Dektol for this purpose.
Would anyone be willing to share some guidelines processing times for 7363
processed to neg in Dektol?
How would you describe the difference in look between '63 developed in D-19
compared to Dektol?
Thanks so much for your help.
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