This image one image that I remember and/or documented my "visualization". Guyla runs a b&b at a beach resort. The house is an old turn-of-the-century Victorian in excellent condition due to Gyula's constant and proficient labors.
After spending time relaxing on the porch, it occurred to me that the light could produce a great for a portrait. The problem was the brightness coming from the outside dead in front of the lens. I visualized well exposed areas of the porch with a greater exposure of the outside without intolerable overexposure. I used PXP120 film rated at EI 80.
When I had the camera set up and ready, I ask Guyla to turn from her busy schedule to sit for her portrait. She reluctantly broke down and took a few seconds to relax.
At that time I planed to develop in D23 but when the time came, I reverted to D76 and developed N-1. It came out as I first visualized it. I have many other images that did not.