Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
My Epson 600 scanner has a densitometer where you can examine different parts of the scanned film. (both chromes and negatives)

!. How would you use that if your printing chemically?

2. How would you use that if you are printing digitally?
I do a digital print from a scan, rescan and write the density value on the dprint before doing test strips - for wet print, I encapsulate the digital print in a laminating pouch so I can erase any bad burn and dodge timings etc, saves a lots of wet print material. I scan the marked up dprint and index on the computer...