Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Benskin View Post
Why not just print through any density created by excessive flare.
Exactly!


Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Benskin View Post
Fun fact about flare and shadow compression. Ever wonder why Tri-X professional, with it's long toe, is considered a "studio" film? There's less flare with interiors and the ability to control lighting. In theory, regular Tri-X shot in daylight would have similar tonal distribution in the toe as Tri-X Pro shot in the studio.
Funny - In The Negative, Adams indeed says films with longer toes could be useful under low flare conditions. But all those years ago when I first got into his books this statement initially puzzled me because he doesn't really explain the effects of flare in the book.