Push process

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ncreasing the development time of a film to increase its effective speed (raising the ISO number for initial exposure) for low-light situations; forced development.
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Push processing

Increasing development time of a film to force an increase in its effective speed, generally done to normalize results when the film has been underexposed. Also known as Forced development. .

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Push process

Using an extended development time to compensate for underexposure, either intentional for effect or accidental.

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Push processing

Developarea negativului pentru un timp mai mare decat cel prescris, in scopul obtinerii de detalii in zonele slab luminate. Se pot castiga, in conditii speciale, 2 sau mai multe trepte ISO. .

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Push processing

Increasing the development time of a film to increase its effectivespeed (raising the ISO number for initial exposure ) for low-light situations; forceddevelopment.

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Push processing

Push processing is a special type of processing where the film is developed for a longer time than normal, usually to make up for intended underexposure. It should be noted that only entire rolls can be pushed, not individual scenes. Pushing film will add some contrast and graininess.

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