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Dodging and Burning.

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Hi everyone

I have a quick question about extending the amount of time I have to dodge and burn in the darkroom. I've watched countless videos on the process but always seem to have one draw back and thats the exposing to paper is needing very little time. One of my last prints required 1/2 second exposure. while my general is between 3-5 seconds which is'nt really giving me enough time i'm using a Krokus 66 enlarger aperture set to f/8 and film is HP5 400 120, developer is ID-11.

 


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