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    I think Les has the answer. Looking at the prints, I am certain that post flashing will do it. I have also tried pre flashing then burning in which is much more effective once the pre flash has pushed the paper up to its threshold. You will win eventually; good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjr
    2 years ago I took a set of pictures in the London tube, Canary Wharf station.

    ....

    Tonight I started fiddling around with a pre-flash technique - but it didnīt actully solve it. And I donīt plan to mess around with masking techniques.

    Suggestions?

    Whatever - Thanks! :-)
    If lack of time is an issue...
    Pre-flashing is one of the sympliest technique (and by that also the strongest)to improve the highlights in your print.
    It can easely done with almost every print.
    Rh-design sells a beautiful tool for that means.
    A 'must have' in almost every darkroom.

    You can test the effect with a stouffer tablet.
    At 1/3 to half the time of creating "fog", you will see that mid-tones and shadows are not 'attacked' by this technique.


    Fred
    Last edited by fred; 10-16-2004 at 02:00 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: correction

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