Dave Horsfall [03/07/2022 03.09]:
On Fri, 1 Jul 2022, Dennis Boone wrote:
Not about most of it. Bet they do get dodging
and burning, though.
The terms are used in image editing programs.
How about solarising? That's where you sort of expose the print to light
part way through processing, to produce a sort of reverse image (I know
it's a bit vague, but it's been yonks since I was involved).
To nitpick, that is really the sabattier effect (after Armand Sabatier,
so it should really be with just one 't').
Real solarisation is an extreme overexposure, the usual example is the
sun appearing black.