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UserRemoved
7 Oct 2005 - 3:38 PM

Another vote for colour processing.

Colour filters, water baths, constant rotation.

Ahh a complete pain in the backside - stick it in the post and get your photos back - a lot better.

Which reminds me I should have the jobo drum bath knocking about somethere (probably under a lot of dust).

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randomrubble
7 Oct 2005 - 3:52 PM

Landscape photography in general. Not only am I bad at it, but I still don't even know a good one from a bad one.

steveb
steveb  10331 forum posts United Kingdom
7 Oct 2005 - 10:17 PM

I could never remember what reciprocity adjustmentment to apply to different films for night shots, bracketing used to waste a lot of film. Now there are films with more forgiving reciprocity characteristics, and I also carry the relevent bit from data sheets stuck into the back of my notebook used for recording exposure etc.

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