Re: How many gum layers (Re: ferri sesquichlorati)
On Oct 25, 2006, at 8:49 AM, Katharine Thayer wrote:
And in fact if the cyan layer did happen to be too strong, that could be corrected by developing it longer, to bring it into balance with the other colors. That's why I always do the cyan layer last, because it's the crucial layer; keeping an eye on its development is usually the key to a good tricolor print." Otherwise, why not just start with an image, invert it and make a negative of any unknown density without a curve and keep fiddling with it until you get what you want in the print."