Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
So I'm reading Dunn & Wakefield's Exposure Manual and trying to digest some of the ideas.

One of the ideas is using the lowest possible exposure for the SBR, I know not so new, but the reason for doing it was at least new to me. The shadows are placed on the film toe to match them against the papers shoulder.
Placing anything on paper's shoulder just makes it (tonal separation) worse.