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    Thanks for the encouraging words. The double exposure was unfortunate, but I guess I've just been spoiled by cameras that won't let you make that mistake... Nevertheless I have found many double exposures in my father's old photos from the early days in Japan that are actually quite fascinating in their own right.

    Oren, you have piqued my curiosity. How do you see your subject when selecting and composing, especially for B&W?
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    And one more beginner's question. I'm trying to figure out the meanings of "1:1" and "stock". My SPD developer comes in powder form. One packet makes 1 liter. Should that solution be considered stock or 1:1 or something else?
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    Mixed from powder it will be stock (1+0). Then to make 1+1 you mix with an equal part of water just before developing the film.
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    Thanks again Harry!!! This is a great resource for crucial information!
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