|Hot Water (125F or 52C)||750 ml|
|Sodium Sulfite, anhydrous||24 g|
|Sodium Carbonate, monohydrated||24 g|
|Potassium Bromide||2.8 g|
|Water to make||1 L|
For use, dilute 1 part stock solution with 1 part water. A properly exposed print will be fully developed at 68F (20C) in about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Complete development may be expected to take slightly longer with rough-surfaced papers than with semi-glossy or luster-surfaced papers. For greater softness, dilute the bath with water up to equal quantities of developer and water. To increase the warmth, add bromide up to double the amount in the formula. The quantity of bormide specified in the formula, however, assures rich, warm, well-balanced tones.
From Ansco Formulas for Black and White Film by GAF, 1948 – Formulas are provided for historical reference. They may not work well with modern films and papers. Some of the chemicals can be dangerous. As with all photographic processes, be careful.