Quote Originally Posted by ghostcount View Post
Hmmm.. I guess as long as you are consistent you can "chuck up" the exposure delta to be insignificant and film latitude can recover it.
I wonder if you get more difference in exposure density due to film processing.
Not real sure what you are getting at here.

The reason I say that is that artificial light used well with a specific standard development regime can make printing very easy. It may not even be necessary to adjust enlarger exposure to print negatives from different sessions. Heck the vignette and everything can be designed into the shot with the lighting. Camera settings can even be standardized.