|Water at appx. 70 degrees F. ||750ml |
|Metol ||1g |
|Sodium Sulfite ||30g |
|Amidol ||6g |
|Potassium Bromide (10% solution) ||.4g |
|Water to make (70 degrees F) ||1000ml |
One of the original and most basic of the Amidol variations. Ansco 113 results in a very distinctive print color and works particularly well with chloride or chloro-bromide papers. Deep rich blacks come from developing prints in the stock solution. Dilutions of up to 1:3 can increase highlight separation with little or no sacrifice in shadow detail or d-max. Cool solution to 70 degrees before use. Develop 2-3 minutes.