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    More or less the same information for prints (lens, f-stop, exposure time, paper, developer, etc.) and include contrast filter or color-head filter settings. You would probably want to also note any dodging and burning you do if you intend to recreate a specific print.
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    A while back I created both an exposure record book and a printing record book. The printing book is irreplaceable. I highly recommend it, what it will teach you about your own printing is a tremendous thing, and worth doing for that alone.

    The exposure record? Meh. I hardly ever look in it, and then only if I am nitpicking development.

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    Neg #
    Enlarger Height
    Paper & Grade
    Print Size
    Enlarger/Light
    Aperture/Lens
    Basic Exposure
    Developer(s)
    Develop time
    Dodging, Burning, Bleaching, and Toning


    I have several columns in case of changing print size.

    David

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