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Subject: [Leica]Hello?
From: feli2 at (Feli)
Date: Tue May 24 10:32:55 2005
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On May 24, 2005, at 10:26 AM, B. D. Colen wrote:

> Yup. And what about not having time to get that perfectly exposed 
> image to
> which Frank referred - so the exposure's off a bit, and the film's the 
> wrong
> type? So you fiddle with the development, which gives you a 
> compromise, and
> then you've still got that less-than-perfect exposure. The reality is 
> that
> in that kind of situation, digital can save the day.

Well, considering how much exposure range film has (10 stops vs. 
digital's 6 stops)
you would really have the screw things up pretty well, to not get 
acceptable results.
I've pulled stuff out of negatives in Photoshop and other software that 
would surprise

And if all fails, just blame the lab.


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