Date: 09/21/02-09:10:50 PM Z
Thanks Dan. That makes sense and that's the way I have been doing it. I
also noticed that when I make a steptablet and invert it then use the
eyedropper to measure the inverted steps, they do not match the original
steptablet read in reverse... if that makes sense. Thus a 10% density does
not invert to a 90% density.... that seems weird, you would think it would.
However, I guess it doesn't make any difference since you keep adjusting the
curve based on the readings of the final printed steptablet.
In a message dated 9/21/02 10:58:24 PM, FDanB@aol.com writes:
<< Not dumb at all.
It's generally better to apply the adjustment curve to the positive image
rather than after inverting it to make a negative image. There are a
couple reasons why. >>
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