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    Quote Originally Posted by makanakijones View Post
    If your film is going to the enlarger it could matter, if it is going to the scanner you have done the right thing.
    Makes no difference either way if you have a good printer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by makanakijones View Post
    If your film is going to the enlarger it could matter, if it is going to the scanner you have done the right thing.
    Quite the opposite!

    Printing dense negs poses no problem, just longer exposure. However, with many scanners, there has been CCD noise and software issues with dense negs.

    The linear range is so long, and even if you reach shoulder, the colors stay in balance quite well, there's no problem in traditional printing.

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    I'd pull process it. Slight crossover in colors is nothing compared to the annoyance of way too dense negs :P

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    I'm working on printing some negatives shot by somebody else, he uses much less exposure than I normally do.

    These thinner-than-mine negatives are workable but dang the exposures are fast.
    Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR

    "We do not see things the way they are. We see things the way we are." Anaïs Nin

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    Underexposure is worse than overexposure.

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    if you want a little warming of colors( try pull processing by 5-10sec or so(15sec is a 1/2 stop). Otherwise, let er rip !

    and then just print the negs down(if working optically)

    -Dan

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