Re: light sources and print color
Derek Shuman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 31 Mar 1998 22:15:06 -0800 (pst)
My guess is temperature. What I put in back of the paper has a lot to do with how it turns out, and I need to put a lot of paper in there to cover up the "crack" of the hinged back which puts a line on the print if I don't. I thought it might be moisture escaping through the crack but putting mylar in back didn't help much. -Derek Shuman
So, who has a good explanation of why different light sources print
different colors? For example, my mercury lamp prints aooler than my
actinics. Differences in speed and contrast I understand and have been
discussed on the list before, but what explains the print color differences?