Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
Read up on f/stop printing; it does not require an f/stop timer and it will make your life so much easier.
So if I understand this correctly... Instead of 2-4-6-8-10 second intervals, I would do 2.8-4-5.6-8-11-16 second exposures?

And this refers only to time, correct? My lens setting on the enlarger would stay on f11 or f16 the entire time?

I think I get the gist, but with linear intervals, I set my timer on the time, then slide a sheet from one side of the print to the other. How do you do that with fstop printing? If I added 5.6 seconds on top of the 8 second, that would give me 13.6 seconds. I would have to cover that 8 second portion right?