This is a scanned print form Pinhole Day. I was looking through a window from the dark Library to a very bright outdoors.
I decided to go into the Darkroom because getting a decent print with the degree of exposure difference, required quite a bit of experimentation and eventual Burning (15 second exposure a f/8 plus 45 seconds burning in the window scene). The printing is still a work in progress; I'd probably crop the left side of the image.
I looked up how to fix this negative (shown below) in Photoshop and decided that I'd rather not bother.........It was going to take a lot of time to learn to burn in Photoshop, and I already knew what to do in the darkroom.
As new feature I will be posting comparisons of Prints and the Scanned Negatives, under Print Comparisons. Most of the B&W images I have been posting are scanned negatives with slight contrast adjustments or dust removal. If it needed a lot of work I didn't bother to post it. Now I'll be spending the summer printing some of those images and will re-post for comparison.