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SINAR Information No 25

Good results in print depend on careful planning when you shoot the pictures to be reproduced. You must know what you want in print and the factors involved. Photographers tend to forget that print processes differ in charac­teristics, paper, screen rulings, ink weight etc. You must allow for the fixed conditions specific to the process – hence the original must suit the medium in which it is to be printed. We shall deal here with the main ways in which printing af­fects image quality and with how to achieve the best results.

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SINAR Information No 19

Professional photography in the 1980s will stand in the light of technical prog­ress in hardware, and in the shadow of raw material shortages, including silver and hence all film materials. Looking at specific areas in these terms gives us an idea of the trends facing profession­al photography in the 1980s, especially concerning large-format use.

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