It has been overcast here for several days. Truely not normal. I wanted to go take pictures, but when I got out there I had no idea how to take an exposure reading. There were no shadows to speak of and I was lucky to get an SBR of 3. Then I went home and got on the net to look to see if I could figure it out. I noticed that there are a lot of alt process photos taken in fog and what seems to be cloudy conditions. How in the world did they get a negative with the range necessary for such a shot. I am not enlarging these negs because I do not have the necessary paraphanalia to do so. I have a choice of AZO and alt processes, so i am now stumped. Anyone have a thought? By the way, how can people survive in conditions where it is cloudy for more than two days at a time? I need sun.