ARG!!! Im a beginning pro photographer (this is about my 5th assignment) and I just got back (to my apartment in beijing) from a shoot at the forbidden city this morning, I have a story due for a mag tommarrow and I shot 2 rolls of what should be amazing pictures of the palace, complete with monks and personalities and that lovely early morning sunlight that you get on clear days - which come about once a month here.... only i forgot to turn on my light meter and the meter readings (which still were readable) were FOUR STOPS off (over exposed)!!!!!! So my question is: The film is fujicolor superia 200. is it recoverable? can i have the lab hand develop and pull this kind of film by a few stops? will that work? what should i expect? also, one of the rolls (not the one with the monks) had 24 photos which were metered properly from the previous evening, and 12 metered improperly. I can (and probably will) go reshoot tommarrow mornining and ill shoot tonight at sunset too, so my life is not over, but ill never get those monks standing in front of the palace in that light again.... do i have a chance?