Latitude really refers to the amount you can get an exposure 'wrong' and correct for it at the printing stage.

Wrong is a bit of a strong word to use as there are also artistic choices but if you produce a negative which is a bit too dense, it can be printed for a bit longer or a light negative can be printed for a shorter time to compensate.

Transparency film does not have this latitude as the processed film is the finished product.


Steve.