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[filmscanners] Re: 3 year wait



Don't ask me why I am refereeing between these two, but I'll make one
stab at it.

Since both people are anal retentive, at least I shouldn't get any sh*t
on me ;-)

I believe what Anthony is saying is that it is rare that a 10 stop
difference would occur in adjacent areas of an image, not that a full
image wouldn't contain a 10 stop range of contrast.

Perhaps if you read one another more thoroughly, some of these disputes
could be avoided.

Art

Austin Franklin wrote:

>>>Are you claiming most real life scenes don't
>>>have 10 stops of density range ...
>>>
>>Yes, if you eliminate light sources and specular highlights, particularly
>>the former.
>>
>>
>>>... or that film doesn't have 10 stops of
>>>density range?
>>>
>>Film has the range, but most scenes do not use it all.  Ten stops means a
>>shadow at f/1.0 next to a bright spot at f/32.  That's quite rare.
>>
>
> Anthony, I have no idea where you take pictures, or how for that matter, but
> your "experiences" and mine seem to never coincide.  I know that what I take
> pictures of, getting 10 stops in a scene is hardly rare.
>
> Do not confuse the density range of the scene, with the density range that
> scene gets represented as on film.  They are two entirely different things.
>
> Austin
>


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