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    Ch 6 Developing the Negative

    Q1) What is the correct order of chemicals used to process B&W film

    A) developer, stop bath, fixer, washing aid
    B) washing aid, developer, stop bath, fixer
    C) developer, stop bath, washing aid, fixer
    D) developer, fixer, stop bath, washing aid

    Q2) A developed negative shows streaking. This is most likely caused by:

    A) exhausted fixer
    B) insufficient developer agitation
    C) over development
    D) incorrect stop bath temperature

    Q3) All of the following are true about "pushing" film except:

    A) pushing film allows you to shoot at a higher than normal film speed
    B) pushing film is compensated for by extending the development time
    C) pushing film reduces contrast
    D) pushing film increases contrast
    Mark Levesque, CPP, M. Photog., Cr. Photog, A.C. Ph., CPP Liaison, PPCC Judge

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    Q1: A
    Q2: B
    Q3: C
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    1 A

    2 B

    3 C

    now all those years in the darkroom are coming back to me.
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    Will we get the answers to these questions before Saturday (when I take the test?)
    please?
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    Yes. no problemo. I pmed the answers to (Ellen, I think) to the last set so she would have them before she took her test, but we are back on the normal cycle of tuesday to post and friday to post the answers. This last set is my final installment. I think we've covered the bulk of what will be on the test.
    Mark Levesque, CPP, M. Photog., Cr. Photog, A.C. Ph., CPP Liaison, PPCC Judge

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    Excellent! Thanks Mark!
    Cassandra Sullivan, CPP
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    A) developer, stop bath, fixer, washing aid
    B) insufficient developer agitation
    C) pushing film reduces contrast

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    Ch 6 Developing the Negative

    Q1) What is the correct order of chemicals used to process B&W film

    A) developer, stop bath, fixer, washing aid

    Q2) A developed negative shows streaking. This is most likely caused by:

    B) insufficient developer agitation

    Q3) All of the following are true about "pushing" film except:

    C) pushing film reduces contrast
    Mark Levesque, CPP, M. Photog., Cr. Photog, A.C. Ph., CPP Liaison, PPCC Judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Levesque View Post
    This last set is my final installment. I think we've covered the bulk of what will be on the test.
    Thanks so much! I've been more lurking than anything. Figure there's no point in posting repetitive answers. But I really appreciate the time and effort you've put into this.


    Eric

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