[Film Darkroom]: F-stop exposure table

Many of us when printing in darkroom use a f/stop timer, but when this is not available is sufficent to follow a simple table of times, calculated using a geometric progression, to determine the time expositions to make a useful test strip, or for compensate a f/stop change or for apply the classical correction (burning /dodging) over the base time.

To learn more about f/stop printing take a look here

2017-05-11 14_49_55-F-stop exposure table.pdf - Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

the pdf to print is avaiable here: F-stop exposure table  (Thanks to MarkWalker of http://www.film-and-darkroom-user.org.uk)

Have a good time in the darkroom!

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