Ok. Stupid amateur photography mistake #653...
Yesterday, I was out playing with my son's Canon TL. I had loaded it yesterday with HP5. So far, so good. Used my handheld meter and fired off a few shots...no problem.
Grabed the same camera and my Minolta, today and ran to take a few shots of a local farm. (I should have known better because it was really, REALLY overcast) Set my meter back to 50, because I never use anything but PanF in his Canon. HP5 always goes in the Minolta..."Are you starting to see the picture?"
Yep. Metered about 12 frames worth at iso 50 in stead of 400.
Now what? About four or five frames were exposed normally and the balance were, shall be say slightly overexposed??? Now those four or five were exposed in fairly bright circumstances. So, there may be an overage issue with them as well.
The questions are:
Do I expose the rest of the film at 50? And, if so, can I save it in development (pulling, I think)
Or, do I expose the rest at 400 and develop normally and hope for the best on the middle frames?
I am planning to develop in Rodinal.
Any help/suggestions would be most welcome...
(Maybe this should have gon in the "DOH!" thread...)