Hey, now I'm going to be using a Yellow #8 filter for some shots with skies in them, my "mentor" (school librarian) recommended it. I've had one since I began black and white, but stopped using it for the reason I'm about to ask: I already compensate a full stop when shooting without the filter, I feel I get better negatives that way and it's definitely proven so in the darkroom. With a yellow 8, I noted on B&H that it requires a full stop to compensate. Is the yellow really all that dark that it would require (for my circumstances) two full stops? Or can I just forego it and continue exposing a stop over? I would try it myself, but my money and film is tied up right now for my trip to Austria. Also, I had a slight leak that killed the last bit of my XTOL -_- Thank you!