Hey everyone! I am a new member to the board and I am a 100% digital shooter; well I was until this weekend when I picked up my first 35mm EOS 1V. I shoot primarily weddings, and to experiment I was looking to shoot some Fuji 400H film. I am very inspired by Jose Villa's work (film wedding photographer based out of California) and he talks openly in podcasts and blogs how he shoots: fuji 400H film rated at 200 ISO which will pull or overexpose the image to create very pastel/creamy colors, skin tones, etc. Now, this is the very noob question. Can someone explain the logic of this to me; since the film was rated 400 ISO film, I thought to control the overexposure through the ISO, you would raise the ISO to 500 or higher, not the other way around (ISO 200). I personally thought that was going backwards. To add to my confusion, on the EOS 1V body, if you have 400 film in and override the ISO to 200, it shows a -1.0 on the top of the screen. Can someone just explain this to me in the simplest terms possible! ahhaha....I am sorry but the film world is new to me and I am very excited to explore it and to learn as much as possible!