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Re: filmscanners: OT: Film grain



On Sun, 1 Jul 2001 09:41:35 -0500  Maris V. Lidaka, Sr. 
(mlidaka@ameritech.net) wrote:

>  Sure, you
> can
> over expose C-41 film a bit, even a Portra film, if you want to center 
> it in
> the middle of its latitude in order to compensate for improper metering
> technique.  Overexposing a bit to center the film in its latitude so 
> that
> you
> could maximize your sloppiness in exposure control was usually of more 
> value
> to the amateur than the pro.

Splutter! There is no such thing as correct exposure, except the exposure 
which gives the result you want! Photographers have been exploiting 
different parts of the curve for aeons in order to control tonal 
relationships for a given aesthetic result. In it's most evolved form, 
that's what the Zone System is all about.

Amending exposure to be different from a grey-card value ain't a bodge, 
unless it's a mistake (in which case it is 'latitude' :0)

Regards 

Tony Sleep
http://www.halftone.co.uk - Online portfolio & exhibit; + film scanner 
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