Photography by Infrared: Its Principles and Applications

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the manner described. A contact copy is made by printing onto a high-contrast film or plate--a contrast lantern plate is often satisfactory--and the positive so obtained is further printed onto a second sheet of the same material. Usually, the resulting negative will have adequate contrast, but if it does not the process may be repeated. This method of multiple printing has one disadvantage in that it tends to eliminate all gradation in the copy, resulting in hard dense lines with sharp edges. This is of no consequence in copying written or printed matter when it is merely desired to read the original material. Developers giving very high contrasts are preferred.


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