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    Quote Originally Posted by bwakel View Post
    Crispin, as you know I would say this, but don't forget that fogged paper tends to print well in lith. Go order some Moersch SE5 and get lithing!

    Barry
    In what way does fogged paper print differently in lith developer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMfoto View Post
    In what way does fogged paper print differently in lith developer?
    You can control the contrast in lith prints by adjusting the exposure and development time. Even when the paper's fogged you can still get strong contrast by under-exposing the paper (for a lith print, i.e. over-expose one or two stops compared with a normal print - just the act of over-exposing can also get round some of the issues with fogged paper) and then developing until you get the shadow density that you desire. Also, lith prints can be very attractive without the need to be 100% accurate to the original negative so fogging can be less obvious.

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