I was very interested in your success story as white skies are often my problem if I want to get forground detail correct. I find burningi skies or dodging foreground to be quite difficult to do well and undetected. However when I first saw your reference to a milk carton I was puzzled to what use a bit of a milk carton could be. I immediately thought of a waxed or foiled lined paper carton but I take it that this is a reference to the translucent milk containers and you cut one to fit the negative carrier. This then produces a diffused light for obtaining the testing for the threshold time beyond which fogging occurs.Originally Posted by 127
Have I got this right? I know milk is now in milky plastic cartons but it's funny I can't get paper out of my head when I hear the word cartons. Must be my age.