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    Ok, just to be sure before I scan this, take a look at the attached and make sure it's what you are looking for. Sorry, it's a pdf
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    That's it but I have the Ultra Pro. Wonder if it makes any difference? Either way I'm appreciative as I bound to learn something about this thing.

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    I just typed it into a word processor. I've done a first proof for typos and formatting, but need to work on that a bit more with fresh eyes. The photos in the original aren't that helpful and it's poorly written and inconsistently formatted. I'll try to get a good copy up tomorrow after a second look, and a decision on how much more work I want to put into it, and whether I should edit it a bit for clarity and internal consistency. I should probably leave it in the original state as much as possible, or maybe just post the original and then come back and post an improved edit later when I have the time.

    The original is about 2.5 x 3 inches and 31 pages long, so it was faster and easier to type than to scan and assemble. (Typing class in '68 pays off. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma View Post
    That's it but I have the Ultra Pro. Wonder if it makes any difference? Either way I'm appreciative as I bound to learn something about this thing.

    -Puma
    Mike Butkus' site has a Mastersix accessory manual which may solve the problem for you. For me, I'm just incredibly appreciative of Lee (and his typing teacher's?) efforts, as well as akaa's efforts.
    Matt

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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    OK, here's the first edit. Not sure if I'll do more. I have a busy schedule the next three weeks. PM me about typos, as I may not catch up with this thread later. It's in .pdf format because I don't do MS proprietary formats, and MS Office purposely screws up open document formats to discourage their use. (Thanks MS for making the world a more difficult and expensive place.)

    I stuck with the original except for some of the notation (f/stop vs. f-stop and f:8 instead of f/8). I also added a column of standard density units to the contrast range - paper grade chart in the 'appendix' and didn't correct appendixes to appendices, which should have been singular in the first place. Looks like the contrast table in the appendix got messed up a bit in translation. The '0' (zero) section in the Conventional Paper Grade column should go all the way to the bottom of the Table. I'll see if I can fix that. (done.)

    This should get most folks who are familiar with their meter and standard darkroom procedures going.

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    Lee:

    Thank you!

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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    You're welcome. Happy to help.

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    You guys are the apotheosis of awesome! Sincerely I thank you!

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