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    Thanks Sandy. I was surprised I had to drop times as much as I did this weekend, but it could be a combination of factors, metering etc. which caused this question to arise. My most recent image was the situation I was having a bit of trouble understanding. tim

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    Clear a piece of unexposed 35 mm HP5+. You will see a density of about 0.2. This is tha antihalation dye. It is in the base and cannot be removed. It is not in 120 or sheet film base, but in the gelatin on the back of the film and is removed by normal processing. Thus you see a difference in B+F between 35 mm and other formats of HP5+.
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