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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    Try f32.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    Hi Raffay,

    Can you post the density readings at the points where you metered?
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    Trees by february71, on Flickr

    Rescanned, and cropped a little based on feedback from a member on the LFF site.


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    Raffay, Certainly no camera issue. It's a fine photograph and you need not make negatives any better than this!

    I think density measurements, along with meter readings (you already gave), camera settings and development time...

    There would be enough information (in terms of time/contrast) - to give you a point of reference that you can use going forward.

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    What could have gone wrong here, beats me.
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    The first negative on the left I shot sometime back and it is securely place in my folder. The one on the right I exposed last weekend, when i developed it I thought the negative had been scratched but when i scanned it this negative had double exposure of the briefcase picture, How is this possible?

    But I am very happy with the exposure and development of the one on the right, am i rightly happy Bill?

    excuse the quality of the picture posted, i snapped it with my blackberry off the monitor.

    Cheers
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