Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
I just had this problem whe I was in Zion. We all were out at grafton, the ghost town, and I was doing interior shots of some walls. I was shooting fp4 rated at 65. I didn't do much in the way of mental gymnastics. my initial reading was at f11 I got 8 seconds. So I quadrupled it for 32 seconds. I gave it 20% more development when I processed the negs. I'll add one of the scans of my work prints in a few minutes. All turned out fine. I also forgot I had the yellow filter on the camera.

The work print is actually lighter than what the room was lit. There were windows, but the fast work print I did, I didn't adjust. I just did a straight print with no buring or dodging.
Neat shot aggie. It sure was nice of Bobby to scrawl how much he loved what's her name back in 1989, on the wall wasn't it.