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Speed Ramping: Krasnogorsk-3


Luke Roberts
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ll in all it's pretty easy on that camera and depending upon what stock you use Aperture compensation might not be that necessary. It is if you want to have a perfectly exposeD negative - but with today's emulsions you've gotten many stops of latitude.

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Why didn't you just try it? I did. It works.

I don't understand the mechanisms involved, and was unsure if it would be harmful to the camera or not.

 

 

ll in all it's pretty easy on that camera and depending upon what stock you use Aperture compensation might not be that necessary. It is if you want to have a perfectly exposeD negative - but with today's emulsions you've gotten many stops of latitude.

I've thought about that. I'll probably have to utilize aperture method though.

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