Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post
If you use a grade #00 filter then you can get 8 stops or so on the paper - or 16 steps....
thanks for that. I need to better understand how to use my stepwedge for testing and understanding exposures.

I'm aiming to try to understand the relationships between density on my negatives, density on the paper and how to predict better the best way to print a negative (without wasting too many bits of paper ;-)