Re: handprinting/emulsion question

From: Jesse Lerner (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jan 26 2007 - 14:48:58 PST

The shots that are flipped will be a bit soft, since they'll be
printed through the base, not emulsion-to-emulsion. The image will be
reversed, so if there's text in the shot, it will appear in mirror

On 1/26/07, Adrian Tagmenveca <email suppressed> wrote:
> Let's say I have some edited negative and print film and I'm making my own
> prints on either rewinds with a synchronizer or a converted Steenbeck
> (neither of which I've figured out how to do yet but regardless). My
> edited negative is largely all facing the same way, emulsion-wise, but I'm
> sure some pieces of my double-perf neg got turned around in the editing. So
> what will happen in the printing when my negative flips back and forth
> between emulsion facing the correct way and emulsion facing the wrong way?
> Gracias,

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