From: Dave Rose (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 02/11/03-02:45:37 PM Z
I've used pre-exposure to reduce contrast in both continuous tone and lith
Ansel Adams' book The Negative would be a good reference to start with.
Dave in Wyoming
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From: "John Cremati" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 10:10 AM
Subject: Ortho film enlargements..
> I was reading a book called " High Contrast" by J. Sealy. He has
> examples of images enlarged on Ortho film that were exposed thru frosted
> glass at the enlargement surface... .. The images show much more detail
> well as less contrast than the images that were printed conventionally..
> They resemble continuous tone images.. He claims that a true continuous
> image can not be made on lith film , but by various techniques such as
> preflashing the film, stand developing , fine line developer, and frosted
> glass printing the dot size of the ortho film becomes so small and
> that it closely resembles continuous tone.. ... Does anyone have any
> experience , opinions or theories on this?
> John Cremati
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