Don't tell them anything. It is just a third of a stop overexposure which is OK (if not better) with negative films (gives you more "information" on the film = shadows detail).
Originally Posted by Nicole McGrade
Try doing a roll with exposures at 200, 250, 320 and 400, and write which frames have been exposed in which way. Then you can evaluate the negatives and see what kind of rating you like (at the given development the lab offers).
Don't you have the possibilty of developing yourself. I will give total control and you'll save some money.
Last edited by modafoto; 11-04-2004 at 04:10 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: Added a bit more :p