Thie sort of 'stop' is some technical thing to do with photography - aperture, I think. Check here: Howstuffworks "HowStuffWorks UK"
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Could you help me on understanding the meaning of "I pulled it one stop" ?
This phrase appears on an interview to a film cinematographer in a camera magazine "In Camera".
The cinematographer talks about his film as following.
"During the last two sections, I used the Kodak Vision 250D film 5246 and pulled it one stop. I wanted a very soft, non-contrasty feel. I wanted all the blacks to be gray. It is reminiscent of an old Western."
I'd appreciate for your help.
I presume so, although this is a meaning of 'pull' that I hadn't met before. But when my brother was a second camera assistant ('clapper boy') his immediate superior was called a 'focus puller' - which suggests that you can pull focus either in or out.
I'm terribly sorry to be late to reply to you.
Thank you very much for your help again.