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Re: daylignt tungsten w/or/wo filtering



About 10-15years ago I used to advocate shooting without the 85, but now with the
new stocks, I agree with your assessment.

Ken

WillAbbott at aol.com wrote:

> What are be benefits or problems when shooting tungsten daylignt film without
> the 85 filter?  What I am detecting is a little less detail and a more flatter
> image.

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