Color Correction and the Black Printer.

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Document ID: 
490103
Author(s): 
J. A. C. Yule
Year: 
1949
Pages: 
8

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Abstract

The greatest difficulty in photographic color correction at the present time is the black plate. In an ideal black plate all the pure colors would photograph as white, and a result very close to this can be achieved by the use of three masks, or by a new method involving a high-intensity flash lamp exposure.

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