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The longevity of developed photographic film is a variable. This depends on the quality of the processing. If the process is well done, the fixing step has gone to completion and there will be no unexposed, thus undeveloped silver salt crystals. If fixing is incomplete, these crystals will in time self-reduce and blacken. If present in quality, the ...


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Yes, as far as my knowledge goes, [1] and [2] aim for a maximum of captured and accessible dynamic range with a flat gradation (which can then in print be tuned for more contrast), while [3] aimes for a steep gradation curve that might be harder to print (because of the higher density) and may result in thicker grain and loss of tonal range due to the high ...



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