Recreating Solarization Effects
Mar22

Recreating Solarization Effects

Although often confused with posterization, solarization is also sometimes called the Sabatier Effect although purists might disagree. In 1857 William L. Jackson noted that exposing a partially developed photographic plate to light, then continuing its development, would sometimes cause a reversal of tones, affecting the whole or part of the negative. It might have been christened the Blanchere Effect because it was not described by...

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