Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
Thanks for posting this.

Just to satisfy curiosity, did you set contrast (or: black and white points) equal to each other or to taste individually? The only "real" difference I see is the TMY-2 frame going a bit darker in the deep shadows, hence my question.

Thanks again for the comparison.
I essentially let the scanner do it's thing, but from my experience, in a given scene that is comparable, the scanner will give the proper comparison... This MIGHT help....


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To qualify, the clouds did change the exposure slightly and you can see the sky is more exposed in one as the sun "burst through" just as I was shooting, but relatively speaking I think this will be helpful to see as a reference, also obviously there's no accounting for differences in development times where I might have over developed, etc, still getting used to the rotary processor times.