I am about to start a project, and would like to keep my film down to one type. Because I am shooting with a Technika, I favor the faster exposure NPS over the NPL, but I wanted to ask, how does NPS do on the longer exposures? Is there a noticeable color shift? What is it? The threshold I think is 1/30 sec, but I was curious if anyone had specific info for NPS at what would be a common daylight exposure for me, which would be as low as 1/4 sec, and then for a dusk exposure fo several minutes, for example.
And, if there is a noticeable shift, can it be compensated for on the computer after the fact?
And, if that weren't enough questions, how does NPL do shot at 1/125? (I seem to think the threshold there is 1/60, but, again, I'm not sure.)
I remember that Misrach used to shoot VPS instead of VPL, and that he found the warning shift a plus for his work.
Any advice would be great. Thanks in advance!