Quote Originally Posted by Pandysloo View Post
That makes sense, though when you say "print" do you mean the creation of negatives, or actual prints? Because I've only had the lab produce negatives for me, which I then scanned using a film scanner without making any exposure adjustments or having any brightness controls enabled, and they all came out too bright.
They mean going into a dark room that has an enlarger and "optically" printing... As in sending light through the film, through an enlarging lens, and adjusting light output/time to get a correct print on paper and develop that paper for best results.


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