I processed the film with Kodak HC-110-B as I would for Tri-X. However, that is likely not the optimal developer for the Arista Edu 400. On top of that, there are the usual variables of scanning and post processing which can make a big difference in the final images. I also noticed that there was quite a difference in the appearance of the images displayed on my old XP machine, and on the monitor attached to my newer Windows 7 computer. Much of this could be sorted out if the ultimate objective was a print on paper. It seems, however, that digital image displays are always going to be a moving target.
|Mural by Virgil Ortiz|