Lisa (techieskittles) wrote in thequestionclub,

I'm taking photo 1 (yay!) and my photographer-extraodinaire friend gave me film. It's slightly different from the film the prof asked us to buy, but he said it was ok to use since it was close enough.

The only difference is the time it takes to develop. I mentioned that to my prof too, and he said "oh, don't worry about it. it won't make much difference, we'll do yours the same as everyone else's."

I told my photofriend and he said "man, that's what I hate about that prof. He gets fuzzy on the technical stuff and thinks it's not as important. Do it with the right times that I sent to you."

We develop in two days, and we'll be doing it as a small group, so my times will be off the whole time and my prof will know if I'm doing things differently.

Who should I trust, my friend or my prof?

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