Being pleased with Pan F stand developed in Rodinal, I thought I would give the faster (ASA 125 vs. ASA 50 for Pan F) FP4+ a try with regular development. I ended up having to do quite a bit of Photoshop corrective work on this example due to grain (adding blur and noise reduction). It would appear as the anecdotal literature suggests that Rodinal shines with slow films and stand development, but produces significant grain with faster films. I would not even attempt to use it for HP5+ on that account. I will use it singularly for Pan F and stand development, as it does such a nice job with that combination.
This is an example of the benefits of getting close to something in the foreground when using a wide angle lens (to emphasize the near-far relationship. Without the fence in sharp focus in the foreground, the barn would not be as significant with respect to depth of field.