Originally Posted by htmlguru4242
Is this a case where pre-flashing the paper may be us use? If so, does anyone have suggestions for methods / times? (I'm using Ilford MGIV and Kodak Polycontrast for my paper).
Coming back from the APUG Conference and watching Les do his magic, all I can say is DON'T DO IT. Use post flashing instead. Brings out the details much more.
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