Quote Originally Posted by Stoogley View Post
... I invested in a decent scanner ...I don't have a densitometer. And I would like to have negatives that ...could be wet printed with ease as well at some point
Hi Stoog,

If you want to make negatives that aren't useless in a darkroom, that seems like a respectable APUG question.

Some scanning software, such as VueScan, can give you density readings.

Just don't save the file.

A reasonable question might be what is a good aim point for gelatin silver printing.

I aim Zone VII for 1.6 density for graded paper using enlarger with a fluorescent light source. Next time I calibrate, I expect that number to go down closer to 1.2 density. But I still might run denser than the usual member because of my paper and enlarger choices.