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    The 7X5 sheets are designed to fit nicely on an 8X10 sheet of paper for contact prints.

    The 7X6 won't work for 8X10 contact prints.

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    Last edited by Fred Aspen; 02-17-2009 at 05:00 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    They will if you use bigger paper, although it costs a little more.

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    I've recently taken up the habit of keeping an extra page just for the two extras that I collect from each roll. By slipping the bits in from each side of the sleeve, I can print the bits from 14 different rolls. It makes for an interesting contact sheet when I gather enough to print a whole page. A couple of shots of SFX, a couple of HP5+ etc.

    Of course, my teacher told us to quit at 35, but I never remember to stop...

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    I've recently taken up the habit of keeping an extra page just for the two extras that I collect from each roll. By slipping the bits in from each side of the sleeve, I can print the bits from 14 different rolls. It makes for an interesting contact sheet when I gather enough to print a whole page. A couple of shots of SFX, a couple of HP5+ etc.


    Tom - I do the same thing. The important thing is to remember to label all those little bits from the original rolls they came from....

    Conversely, since I use the contact sheet print file sheets I'll just stick the extra frames in the pouch for the contact sheet. Like some of the others who have posted here, my last two strips will be four and three, respectively. The only down side is not being able to print those extra frames on the contact sheet.
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    Use two file sheets per roll. So what if there is some unused space....it's not illegal and no one gets hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpsawin View Post
    Use two file sheets per roll. So what if there is some unused space....it's not illegal and no one gets hurt.
    No need to waste the space. Start the next roll with the first empty row.
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