Re: Exposure

From: Gregory W Blank ^lt;>
Date: 03/10/04-10:17:57 AM Z
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Or you could make two seperate exposures on the same piece of film.

on 3/10/04 10:35 AM, at wrote:

> If you want to record detail in the moon, it has basically the same exposure
> you would make in daylight! This is, of course, because is just reflecting
> regular sunlight. So with a 400 speed film, about 1/500 at f/11 will record
> some detail in the moon itself. Now the trouble with this is that the moon
> itself is not as bright an illumination source as the sun, so pretty much
> everything else will be horribly underexposed. So you gotta take your pick of
> what you want to expose for, and try to help yourself out by using some
> compensating developers to handle the extremes in contrast if you choose to
> try to get some detail in everything that is not the moon.
> Clay
Received on Wed Mar 10 10:09:25 2004

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