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    Actually Helen, it was aimed at the small pile of data I have available, i.e. the negatives in my Medium-format binder. Not meant as a dig at you at all, just a purely qualitative answer.

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    The data available from Kodak and Fuji can be VERY useful ( search here for how to read curves, there is a link to a good article from Howard Bond ). Helen demonstrates how a quick look can guide you to a suitable film for a circumstance.

    A lot of attention is paid to grain, resolution and stuff, with ( I think ) too little time understanding what a particular film was designed to do. The curves compress a lot of information into a couple graphs, and they aren't that hard to sort out.

    For a non - technical person like me, a little time with a piece of paper ( or AppleWorks ) makes it all very clear.

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    "One of the painful things about our time is that those who feel certainty are stupid,
    and those with any imagination and understanding are filled with doubt and indecision"

    -Bertrand Russell

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