Kyoto - Path to Enlighten You
You have to take a lot of bad pictures. Dont' be afraid to take bad pictures... You have to take a lot of bad pictures in order to know when you've got a good one. Martin Parr
Kodak 400 Tmax at 250asa
5 mins Pre Wash
14 mins Bergger PMK - 1+2+100. Agitate 2 times every 15 secs
1 min wash
6 mins First Call Neutral Fixer
21 mins wash
I was a ID11 only user until this summer. I made the mistake of taking up a challenge in a magazine to try something different! :) I did - new film, new developers and got myself into a right muddle, but it worked in the end, i think.
PMK is a fickle developer that reduces film speed however it is excellent when you learn to expose your film to the developer. Don't believe those development times you see on well known sites they are not quite right. Try a guy called Christopher Crawford or above. We came to similar conclusions after trial and error.....