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  1. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Thank you photoflyer. I will look for that book.
  2. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Hello Original katomi, thanks for your idea - yes, that is certainly one way to go about it I suppose. I'm sort of trying to build up a guide, if you will, for the various ortho and pantochromatic films in order to be able to read them like words on a page. I don't know if any one has done it...
  3. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Thanks Webestang64 - do you know what sort of film is it meant for? I've got a similar one (but with different grey tones of course) for orthochromatic film.
  4. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Yes, that is true but I am only trying to guage a mean average, not a precise measurement, hence the request - for example, depending on the type of orthochromatic film, green is usually darkish in early 20th century photos (just check the leaves on trees etc), beaches are sometimes bleached out...
  5. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Sorry, I think I didn't explain myself clearly. I am attempting to work out the hues in old vintage monochrome photographs
  6. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Thank you. Any idea from where?
  7. J

    Looking for greyscale testcards

    Hello, I'm new and it's great to be here. This is a question for the purpose of understanding actual hues represented in old monochrome photos. Is there a website from where one can download greyscale testcards for RGB tones, both for orthochromatic and panchromatic films? Or if not a website...
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