Characteristic curve for J Lane dry Plate Batch 44 and J Lane Speed Plate Batch O-14
Quick post to share characteristic testing of recent ASA 2 and Orthochromatic ASA 25 emulsion batches. You can determine batch # by looking on the back of the box of plates.
J Lane Dry Plate Batch 44 has great tonality, but as you can see the contrast is low with a gamma around 0.45. I recommend metering at ASA 1.5 to ensure you are out of the toe entirely. It will scan nicely (see the MacBeth chart below).
J Lane Speed Plate Batch O-14 came out really well. Pretty much exactly where I want it.
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