Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
Placing anything on paper's shoulder just makes it (tonal separation) worse.
I should have said, in relation to the toe and shoulder.

One of their thoughts is that trying to get everything onto the straight line is futile anyway, they demonstrate a toeing effect where flare actually creates an effective toe that follows extra, unneeded, exposure up the curve.

Another part of Dunn & Wakefield's thought is that it makes very little sense to include shadows on the negative that aren't going to be used in the print.