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Close-up exposure calculator

 
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RichS



Joined: 18 Oct 2001
Posts: 1467
Location: South of Rochester, NY

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2002 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a little request for anyone that does close-ups in LF. Since I do, I bought the Calumet Exposure Calculator. I like it and use it. But it had some drawbacks.
So I created my own. I like it better Made it into a printable PDF file and made it available on my web site.
The request? I'd like some feedback and suggestions for making it better. Wouldn't mind someone double-checking the factors either Just be prepared to use your loupe to read the numbers on it though... Had to make them pretty small to fit.
If anyone would like to try it and offer some suggestions for improvement, you can find it at http://www.southbristolviews.com under Close-up Exposure Calculating.
And I'm asking for comments about the calculator, not the photos! I never claimed to be a photographer, just someone who likes to play with cameras
And if anyone sees this as any form of 'adveretisement', Im sorry. I would just like opinions on how to improve the calculator so others can also use and enjoy it...

Thanks...
Rich...
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