Uelsmann's prints are more seamless than the Fauxtoshoppers' versions. Hides his hand better, and
more continuous tones. Then there's the other traditional way of doing it - comp prints touched up
then rephotographed - better suited to mass production, but sacrifices a bit of that subtle tonality(e.g., Thomas Barbey). It was all not only done before Fauxtoshop, but often done better.