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*Scratches head*

I'm anxious after the first test rolls I sent out turned out disappointing. You know.. the ones that came out underexposed! Ever since then, I tried keep the shutter open for a minute in daylight and more at night. Or actually.. I don't think I ever tried shooting at night ever since my big disappointment.

So, my question.. is there really a specific timing to achieve perfect exposures? I know it all depends on the film.. but let's say I will be using an ISO 100 (most of the time anyway). Does that have to be exposed for 5 minutes under mad daylight all the time??

Help me!

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