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    Here's a sequence...the initial 00, soft test strip, the hard test strip (5 on top of base 00 exposure) and the print. The scans aren't great but you can see what the process is about.
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    There's a pretty simple formula for figuring out how much time to add/subtract for a given number of stops. The formula is new_time = base_time x (2^#_of_stops). Works for whole and fractional stops above and below the base exposure. For exposures below the baseline, simply use a negative number. Plug that into your calculator or spreadsheet and you're done. The forum won't allow me to upload an Excel spreadsheet, else I'd have included one.
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