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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon Ymous View Post
    And let's not forget that VC papers' contrast changes whit the color of the light projected on them. Using color negatives means that some parts of the picture will effectively have different contrast grades from others.
    Using an "under the lens" filter would help solve some of that. Although depending on the color mix of the original negative image and the filter, some odd contrast issues can still happen. Anything that mixes as a red tone would likely print fairly light for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteZ8 View Post
    Using an "under the lens" filter would help solve some of that. Although depending on the color mix of the original negative image and the filter, some odd contrast issues can still happen. Anything that mixes as a red tone would likely print fairly light for example.
    I don't think that would make any difference, under or over the lens. Let's say that you have a blue, a red and a yellow filter. Would it matter how you stack them? Would you get a different color if you changed the order?

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