G'day forum - firstly I have learnt heaps from this forum as a 'newbie' in LF. Thanks to all. I have started for instance, to learn that tilt contributions to focussing is a ground glass adjustment and not a guess (yeah I know - silly me).
Secondly - my Nikon SW90 has a 1 second longest exposure and the usual B and T. My question is this - how do you more experienced people 'count off' any shutter speed greater than 1 second?
Do you, using T or B: - use the '1 cat dog', '2 cat dog' etc method?; - a second hand on a watch?; or - or something else?
I should think if you are using 2 or 4 seconds then you would want to be reasonably accurate? Not so?
I rarely had this to think about with my Nikon 35mm due to the choices of longer shutter timings with the lenses.