Distribution does play a factor. We've all seen the bleed from a really light area next to a really dark area. I guess this could be consider a localized flare effect in addition to the veiling flare.
Originally Posted by Michael R 1974
The reason why reflection tablets are glossy is that glossy produces a greater reflection density range. Think about the difference between the D-Max of matte paper at around 1.60 with glossy paper at around 2.00 to 2.20. I know what you're saying about the difficulty in handling. It's kind of ironic that reflectance is based on a Lambertain surface.
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