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filmscanners: Overexposure (was:OT: Film grain

Dave King" wrote:

>...it's not really "overexposing" the film to rate it one
> > to two stops slower than the manufacture's recommendation.

This might work particularly well in a studio environment, but I'm wondering 
how it would work in direct sunlight. I'm tempted to try it, to get better 
shadow definition.

Certainly, one could expect the grain to be less, but would the trade-off be 
burned-out highlight details?

Best regards--LRA
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