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Old 09-18-2018   #18
Roger Hicks
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Originally Posted by Pentode View Post
Crave, Sunny 16 is based on the ISO of your film. If you’re using a filter, simply apply the filter factor to your ISO.

Using the above example, the OP is using a filter that affects his exposure by 3 stops. Using ISO 400 film reduced by three stops gives an effective ISO of 50, therefore your sunny 16 shutter speed would be as close as you can get to 1/50 sec; usually 1/60. Make sense?
Or better still 1/30 to avoid underexposure. In any case, "Sunny 11" works better with neg film than "sunny 16" if you want any shadow detail on a sunny day.

Cheers,

R.
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