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Does anyone know anything about LPD paper developer? How does it work with vc papers? How does it work with graded papers? Is it a on the shelf developer? Thank you for your help.
-- Anonymous, April 01, 1997
Hi Joe, hope this helps, I've been using LPD for about 15 years & love it. Diluted at 1part LPD to 2 parts water, it works almost exactly like Dektol. At 1:4 however, it provides becomes a warn tone developer (if you are using warn tone paper), with no change in contrast. The only one to do that to the best of my knowledge. Shelf life is a little short, I've kept itat stock strength in a browm glass bottle for a month, when very tightly sealed. Working strength does not to seem to last as long as Dektol or some others, but diluted 1:4, its still very economical to use.
-- Anonymous, May 01, 1997
I have used it for years. In my experience it has a long working time and the stock solution lasts for many months in full glass bottles.
-- Anonymous, October 07, 1997
Hello out there
Here's a Tip that is so simple and to my way of looking at it bulletproof. Buy or scrounge a 5 liter wine box with the bladder that makes you glader and you can have fun at the same time. When empty take and pull the rubber tap and wash blader with detergent and rinse a number of times mix your developer, pour in the developer force the eccess air out pop the tap back on and put back in original box and your good for a long time. No aireal oxidation. try it you can't go wrong.
-- Anonymous, October 26, 1997