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Response to fierywoman (Reply #2)

Sat May 4, 2019, 12:50 AM

9. You do it by adjusting development times

You can do it pretty easily with black & white film. On those three bricks of Fujichrome that are sitting in the fridge right now slumbering in anticipation of their trip to San Francisco in 47 days, I don't bother.

But back to my current problem: If I gotta go to Wallace next Friday night and shoot 43-Man Squamish* with no flash for publication in Saturday's paper, which body is going to give me the best results?

* Wallace High School can't field a Squamish team. They don't have 43 boys in the entire student body. They play 8-man football, and two-platoon football is a luxury they can't afford. I know the football coach up there. He owns twelve football helmets.

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