Kit for 2-bath lith developing with the Omega additive
Dilution for the lith developer A+B+Water: 1+1+10 to 1+1+30
Dilution for the Omega oxidation bath: 1+100 to 1+500
Lith D is diluted at 1+4 with water and can be added to the developer in order to slow the development of heavily exposed prints. Heavy exposure of the print causes more color to develop, but developing times of less than 90 seconds should be avoided in order to make the results more reproduceable. Dosing: 10-80% the amount of Lith A
The developing times should stay between 90 secods and 4 minutes. If the maximal black needs longer than 4 minutes to develop, then either the exposure time should be longer, or the developer should be mixed stronger. If the image density increases too much within the first minute in the Omega bath, then the Omega bath should be further diluted. If the color change in the second bath is too strong in the first minute, you can add a few drops of Lith D (1+4 dilution!) or a portion of the Omega bath can be replaced with Lith B.