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Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by fightheheathens, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. fightheheathens

    fightheheathens TPF Noob!

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    being a creature of habit, and also having shot Velvia 50 ISO for a long time

    well i basically exposed a bunch of Velvia 100 at 50 ISO and im wondering if there is anything the lab can do.
    or am i just looking foward to an overexposed roll of slide film.

    luckly i did bracket for most of the shots, and my Black and White film all came out great, but there were some shots that only velvia could do justice to

    so whats the verdict?
     
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    Just tell them to pull the film one stop. It won't be EXACTLY like if you shot it at the correct ISO, depending on the density of your highlights, but it should be in the ballpark. I've under and overexposed sheets of E100 VS by one stop before and compared the one stop push or pull to the correct exposure and while the push looked almost exact, the pull was still close. Not all the highlights came back.
     

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