Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
Taking is everything, as once the image is captured; printing or any other manipulation of the negative to print is of infinite variation within time. Only capture rules supreme. . . .
Sometimes this has been true. When Kodachrome was King, we had to get it right in the camera. There was no postprocessing. Of course what was the right transparancy depended on the ultimate use. The projection equipment and the darkness of the room in which they were projected shoud be considered at the moment of exposure for the best results. Transparancies exposed for printing might not be ideal for projection.