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Provide for ES values of up 2.4 for alt pro work.
My current cyanotype sensitizer has an ES of 1.94 votes
The base ES value that shows in ExpoDev is actually set by the film test analysis in Plotter. In Plotter you can set ES values up to 2.0. In order for them to show in ExpoDev, you then need to export that film test and load it into ExpoDev. Ideally you would have separate film profiles in ExpoDev for the different ranges of papers you wish to print on.
Allow editing records once they have been saved.
Occasionally I notice typos in my records once they have been saved but there is no way to reopen the record to make changes and edit.4 votes
Develop a way to email records of each exposure so that there is secure back up while one is still in the field.33 votes
Something will happen on this front but I am planning on an online backup solution like Dropbox/SkyDrive/GDrive rather than email. This way exposure records can be backed up, archived, re-loaded, etc… it would also facilitate future off-device PC/Mac viewing & printing.
A way to create new exposures using the last used values
This would be a quick way to make a similar or duplicate exposures17 votesplanned · 4 comments · Admin →
Expanded exposure record notes
It would be cool to be able to take scene reference pictures and metering point notes. Perhaps you could even place spot metering annotations directly on the reference pictures.11 votesplanned · 2 comments · Admin →
A way to print exposure records
Through the app itself and/or by using a view application on the PC/Mac11 votes
Allow multiple filters to be entered, such as a #12 plus a polarizer, combining their filter factors.
To do this currently one has to create a fake filter that has a filter factor combining the two.1 vote
Attach iPhone photo of scene to record to allow easier referencing of exposure data back to the processed negative
While notes are great for describing the image and exposure, an iPhone photo would be additionally help. This is especially useful for a newbie like me in learning what I may have done wrong.3 votes
This is currently planned under the “Expanded exposure record notes” idea
Lumu and/or Luxi Support
Add support for either of two incident light meter attachments available for the iPhone (Luxi now shipping and Lumu with 1272 Kickstarter backers.) It would be amazing if the Lo EV and Hi EV auto filled from the meter so users don't have to toggle between two applications.
I think it would truly be the first BTZS light meter. Phil Davis wouldn't believe how far the community has taken all his hard work and made it so user friendly.1 vote
Have the EV reading from the last entry stay when opening a new exposure instead of starting at zero. Under the same lighting conditions this would speed up multiple exposure recording.3 votes
The basic idea will happen but as the similarly planned item “A way to create new exposures using the last used values”
The palm version allowed you to enter an additional spot meter reading to see what zone that reading will fall in. This was useful sometime.7 votes
A companion app to manage darkroom development timing
It would be cool to have an app that could read ExpoDev's exposure records and function as a multi-timer for negative development.5 votes
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