Term - Mackie line
|Mackie line||SWPP Photographic Glossary|
Sunday 4th December 2016
Is an effect sometime found on a negative or print, in which a light line forms along the boundaries of the darkest image areas. It may also be caused during processing by the diffusion of exhausted developer, lack of agitation, or by solarization.
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