From: Adrian Tagmenveca (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jan 27 2007 - 17:51:25 PST
Just a little soft? Excellent! The images that might be wrong-side-out are just some up-close ice shots and it's quickly edited, so that won't be an issue at all. Thanks all!
Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
It'll get a little soft in focus when you project the print.
Letís say I have some edited negative and print film and Iím making my own prints on either rewinds with a synchronizer or a converted Steenbeck (neither of which Iíve figured out how to do yet Ė but regardless). My edited negative is largely all facing the same way, emulsion-wise, but Iím 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?
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