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rE:151/152 GRAINY PICTURES - 03/04/2004
yES, FAST FILMS ARE INHERENTLY GRAINIER THAN ISO 200/400HOWEVER WITH CAREFUL PROCESSING AND PRINTING GRAIN CAN BE MINIMISED. sPEED OF FILM IS NOT THE SOLE CAUSE OF GRAIN. OVER PROCESSINGAND OR OVER ENLARGEMENT WILL EMPHASISE ANY INHERENT GRAIN AND THE PRINCIPLE OF UNDER EXPOSING ANY FILM IS LIKELY TO INCREASE THE PRESENCE OF ANY GRAIN PARTICULARLY IF THE SUBJEST IS WELL LIGHTEDAND POSSIBLY HIGH IN CONTRAST. c0RRECT EXPOSURE IS THE BEST FOUNDATION OF SUCCESSFUL FIlM USEAGE AT THE INDICATED ISO rating. Remember the aperture used, provided it is the correct one for lighting conditions and shutter speed will affect D.o.Field front and rear of the subject and thus the composition and relative importance of the subject.




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