Hello all, I have two looks I'm going for: a pure white, blown out background, with the model properly exposed, more of a higher contrast look. And a second style with a white background and bright white skin on a model, more of a true high key look. Both created in a studio with a white or gray wall. I am lighting the model and the background separately. I can shoot these on d*g*tal, and the first look especially I can create straight out of camera. The second style I can achieve mostly in-camera with a little added manipulation. The problem I'm having is shooting these on film. Even with the first style, with a blown background and properly exposed model, my negatives come out thick and overexposed. I'm having issues getting the correct look while sc*nning and also wet printing. The B&W images end up looking muddy, flat, very low contrast. Any tips or suggestions for me? I'd love some pointers before I burn another test roll this coming weekend. Thanks!