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#1 john jayapaul

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Posted 10 February 2009 - 07:41 AM

hi,

I am john, I have doubt

I am shooting in 500t film stock, I always overexpose the film to 250/320 ASA to reduce the grain and process normally in ECN2 processing.

I have read some of the topics in the forum about processing,

my doubt

I overexpose because to reduce the grains in the film, but why should I Push process, is there a reason.

secondly when there is very low light, what is the ASA should I use.

eg: filming a night street.

thanks in advance
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