Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
My thoughts were not to use a #2 filter 'specifically' or to rely on the grades being ANSI.

I just think it would be a good idea to use a filter (or filtration) instead of unfiltered so that you don't have to figure out the next step.
Good point.

I referred to using a #2 filter because most likely that will give contrast that is most similar to the unfiltered exposure, and therefore would fit well with the rest of the suggested procedure I was responding to.

But another filter or filter setting can also be made to work.