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    I'm posting this six years late to save someone a headache. Need to create an 8X10 filter to compensate accurately for light falloff? 1. Put a focusing neg into the carrier. 2. Project it 1:1 onto a borderless easel. 3. Set for white light and remove the neg. 4. Insert a sheet of 8X10 continuous tone ortho film with a nice clear base into the easel. 5. Measure the light at center with a hand held meter, calculate exposure for middle tones. 6. Develop it, it is now your filter. 7. Repeat as needed to adjust density.
    Last edited by captainbedworthy; 03-07-2011 at 06:52 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: added detail

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