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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    It certainly helps if your negatives are similar in density and contrast, makes the guestimation much more accurate.

    When I want multiple prints of the same negative, I just work until I get the final print that I want, then expose the paper for the rest of the prints all at once and run them through the chemistry 2 at a time.
    That's what I do!

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exeter2010 View Post
    ... All I'm saying is, I think my best prints (probably 'bout 5-6% of total) are pretty dang nice and I just can't see what I could have done to make them any better by putting more time into them.
    I learned this from John Sexton:

    Take those prints and hang them temporarily in your house at a place where you walk by all the time. Let them sink in for a few days maybe weeks. The improvement opportunities will become obvious. If not, maybe they are perfect!
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    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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    www.waybeyondmonochrome.com

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