Saturday, March 15, 2014

Make your own 11 step wedge for Digital Negatives

Having a good step wedge is an important first step when figuring out exposure times and corrections curves for a new photographic process.

Many step wedges can be downloaded from the internet.  Most of them can be found by going through the Alternative Photography website. (it is a great starting point for all photographic things alternative and historical)  Be sure that you are using the correct gray gamma setting.

If you can't find one you like, however, you need to make your own.

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