I much prefer a contact exposed test strip because it eliminates flare. Ralphs instructions are thorough, you certainly may follow his plan.
Originally Posted by qualsound
Consistency is important (like flash on manual mode). But it really "doesn't matter" about the exposure, just take a stab at it.... Look at what you got (from a quick test where you make a best guess of the proper exposure and develop)... and count the "steps" from what you got to where you would rather have it be... Then change your exposure by half stop per 0.15 step difference.
Without being precise or even without considering meter calibration point (which could give you a real answer)... Just look at about the seventh step ligher than the darkest step.
Last edited by Bill Burk; 12-11-2013 at 11:38 AM. Click to view previous post history.