This was my first properly calibrated pt/pd print after using the techniques I learned in Ron Reeder's new book on creating digital negatives with quadtone RIP.
I'll post a follow-up on achromatic observations in the next day or so, illustrating the difference that standardization and calibration makes when creating alternative process prints like this.
Potassium Oxalate developer, 900 seconds UV exposure.
Developer:RodinalExposure Index:100Film:Ilford Pan F+Development Time:Stand 1hr
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