From: ev petrol (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jun 27 2008 - 07:56:23 PDT
any time i've done optic printing i've used 7248 (now discontinued) or 7212 - and done loads of tests - so i'd suggest testing a representative sample of your dark/light images at (eg) 80,90,100,110 volts & at f4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16 ... gives you a rough idea & you can do more tests with the nd filters as well if you like
should work a treat though!
cheers moira t
--- On Fri, 6/27/08, Hassan Said <email suppressed> wrote:
From: Hassan Said <email suppressed>
Subject: film print.
To: email suppressed
Date: Friday, June 27, 2008, 4:21 AM
i have recently created a 4 min short on a flatbed, my techniques included bleaching, coloring, and many other direct manipulation techniques.
its hard in the end for the film to go properly through the projector so i decided the only way to get a clean print is to do it through the optical printer
however, i am not very familiar with the optical printer. I mean, the film now has alot of bright and dark images, what stocks would you recommend me to use?
and also how would i know the right exposure for each of the frames?
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