yeti_c wrote:Indeed - and a blue print is a negative of the "white" print is it not?
With the white print being the one used in real terms - and the blue print being the archive from which to create multiple white prints?
Either way though - it's your choice...
actually no. that process was introduced somewhere in middle of the last century.
but anyway you're right. it's my choice to do a blue print instead of a whiteprint because honestly whiteprints don't have feeling whereas blueprints do.
we should not be debating the use of a blue or white print but rather how to make the blueprint better.
as i said i have done several things to get that authenticity feeling. if anything else can be done without spoiling the image (*) i'm up for discussion and i will do it.
(*) i also wanted to include a tracing pen but it simply cluttered the image.