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#1 Michael Baltazar

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Posted 16 June 2008 - 02:42 PM

If I push a film stock that's exposed normally 1-2 stops when developing and then take down the image 1-2 stops in a DI what's the result grain wise? How about if I pull the stock 1-2 stops. Would I perceive an increase in grain, decrease, or would it not be noticeable?

My problem is I had shot a roll of expired stock that I forgot to overexpose and am worried about the graininess of the results. Speed is 500T which doesn't help.

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