Well, that would mean that you were approx 2 stops underexposed, so you
could try for a push-4 in the 1st developer, which is a little off the
charts. It might be worth shooting another roll with the same exposures
(rate at ISO 200, meter and expose according to the meter), and then test
development times using 10 ft strips. That would really be the only way to
know for sure, as a push-4 means your exposure was in the toe-area of the
characteristic curve (underexposed, ie most of what you exposed for would
be in the shadow area under regular development - you would only see
highlights as mid-tones, and mid-tones as shadow, shadows as full black).
What chemistry are you trying to use? I can try to lookup times for regular
processing (as reversal) and extrapolate from there.
On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 2:59 PM, Morgan Hoyle-Combs <mhoyleco...@yahoo.com>
> Well, the thing is I've already shot some indoors using a sekonic light
> meter. The ISO was 200 so I opened it up all the way to 1.9 and shot
> everything from 8 to 16 fps in the hopes to absorb more light. There were
> even moments I shot everything with a hand crank.
> Perhaps I would need clarification on what I should do next?
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