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    My experience has taught me that Murphy's Law varies directly as the size/expense of the film increases. I sometimes make such idiot blunders on my 8x10 that I tend to need a week or two with a TLR to build my confidence enough to try it again. Most of my errors fall under exposure... taking careful readings to determine N-1 only to forget to stop down... Checking my numbers with double redundancy, but neglecting to compensate for the tele attachment on my Gossen. (which leads to such bewildering math trying to figure how to develop such disasterously exposed film...)
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

    Ansel Adams had the Zone System... I'm working on the points system. First I points it here, and then I points it there...

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    Welcome, James. We've all been there.
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    If it didn't completely wash out, I'd love to see the result of that 8x10 triple exposure. I've had some
    on 35mm before, and occasionally they were surprisingly entertaining.

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