I have given the reference of the kodak publcation in # 7 of this thread. The kodak publication is used frequently and reprinted, I think, in 1998. I prefer this approach because it is scientifically sound and therefore applicable to our current modern optics. Nethertheless,the writers still use simple language, avoiding MTF ideas, because the average photographer is not interested in that kind of language. No densitometers and that kind of stuff. Just use your eyes. I like this approach, an nunderstanding How films are produced, and how you can get a high quality negative. Beecause that is what counts, as already said in this thread.
Originally Posted by markbarendt
I do not know whhether there are PDF versions of th kodak publication,but I expect they can be found in libraries. If not, I could produce a PDF of my own paper version.
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