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This is a collection of MQ, PQ and Metol Fine-Grain developers on Ian Grant`s website.
http://www.lostlabours.co.uk/photogr...6_variants.htm
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Interesting to see them all in one place to compare ingredients. Also makes you realise there are only so many ways to cook up a traditional developer.
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An important point to note is these are all closely related to D76/ID-11, and it's not the ideal Fine grain formula anyway, there are far better.

There are many other MQ & PQ Fine grain developers, which I'd guess Ian is well aware of, it's a few years since we last spoke. But from what I've read on other forums he's amassed a large database of formulae which he seems to keep to himself at the moment.

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