Jim Chinn said:It is really much more precise, and as you use it you begin to look at test strips and prints and it bcomes easy to determine burning and dodging times and adjustments in exposure.
It's basicly the same way that we control the light when we expose our film in a camera, anyway is there another way to print?bmac said:There has been a little discussion about this meathod of printing. Can someone give a bonehead sleep deprived new dad a basic explanation?
Jorge said:In the f stop method you keep constant the time and
you vary the "amount" of light. I tried it and found very
confusing and complicated.Then the f stop method meshes perfectly with
Ilford's EM-10 spot enlarging meter. As well as other
uses the EM-10 is used when sizing up or down. Dan
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