Quote Originally Posted by jmdavis
....But I get good contrast using my Yashica C with fp4 rated at 100. I'm looking at some shots of a regatta that I did last year. It was an overcast day and I used n+1 at when I developed the fp4. The shots show good overall and local contrast, very good blacks and detail.
Actually, this is something I'd like to understand too: provided that we can control contrast at the level of the negative and at the level of print, where does it matter most?