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    Thanks, fellows! Dishes are done and the coffee is made so into the darkroom I go. I'll be sure to post the results when I'm finished.

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    Both sheets are now developed. As planned and suggested, I simply developed them the way I normally would have and the negatives look great, just a little more density than is normal for me, contrast looks like it will be about right with plenty of separation in the highlights. I'll be sure to post a scan when the negative makes it into the print line up.

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    I'm glad it turned out favorable............but I would've thought that with two nnegatives, you would have developed one "as planned", observed the results, then make any adjustments, if needed, with the second negative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPorter View Post
    I'm glad it turned out favorable............but I would've thought that with two nnegatives, you would have developed one "as planned", observed the results, then make any adjustments, if needed, with the second negative.
    That's what I did, but no adjustments were needed with the second. I'd always prefer to get it right the first time as Murphy's Law dictates that if you do not there will surely be a giant hair or 15 dusts spots on the second negative... =)
    Last edited by Shawn Dougherty; 04-09-2013 at 08:33 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Oh, ok, I took your post #12 as though you developed them simultaneously, my bad.

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