Jonathon Russell (email@example.com)
Sun, 09 May 1999 23:02:38 +0000
> I would have to go back and dig out the prints to be certain, but as I recall,
> there was no significant, if any, difference in exposure. If fact, I'm sure
> that the exposure was a control. i.e. I determined the proper exposure for
> 1 part A, 1 part B and then used the same exposure for 2 parts A, 1 part B.
> And before you ask, yes, I did increase exposure for 1 part A, 1 part B to see
> if it would increase the tonal range. It did not. Just got more black steps.
> Bob Schramm
I'm not sure if you have stated this: What is the formula that you are
citing as the original???????
There seems to be several variations on a theme.
-- "Expose for the Secrets, Develop for the Surprises!"
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