Originally Posted by Worker 11811
Too much gap between the paper and the image surface of the liquid crystal screen.
An LCD has a layer of reactive chemicals sandwiched between two sheets of glass. In contact printing, the image needs to be touching on the surface of the photo paper.
Even if that gap is only 1 mm, that's enough to make the image blurry.
Hmm thats true, I thought I would see if it made sense lol what about enlargers though?