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Subject: Re: [Leica] Film Pushing
From: "Jeffery L. Smith" <>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 18:52:32 -0600
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I think XP2 looks better pulled and still developed normally. Is there a 
word for that (other than overexposed)?


At 04:25 PM 3/11/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>At 2:59 PM -0800 3/11/02, Bill Clough wrote:
>>11 March 2002
>>Can anyone offer their experiences in pushing either T400CN
>>or Ilford XP2 to 1600? Is one better for this than the
>>Right now, I have to have film processed at the local
>>--Bill Clough
>Both bad. C-41 doesn't push well generally, and the B&W ones do better 
>pulled a bit than even shot at their rated speed. I guess if you've 
>seriously underexposed some rolls, try pushing, but expect ugly, large, 
>mushy grain and no shadow.
>Neopan 1600, T-Max 3200 or Delta 3200; even Tri-X an HP5 are much better.
>    *            Henning J. Wulff
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