Term - Eberhard effect
|Eberhard effect||SWPP Photographic Glossary|
Monday 1st May 2017
A border effect occurring in a developed image. It appears as a dense line along an edge of high density and as a light line along an edge of low density. It occurs most often in plates developed flat in solution that is not sufficiently agitated. The effect was described by Gistav Eberhard in 1926.
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