Focusing on Palladium and Ultrachrome Printing in evoking a "Sense of the Distant Past"
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The Corrected Image
This is the corrected print. It is no longer "muddy". The whites are much whiter and the blacks now stand out.
The digital negative is darker than one would expect. What counts is how much UV lights gets through. The standard for a silver gelatin negative is whether you can just read a newspaper through it. That is not true here, though you can read some typescript in the lightest areas.