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What is a bump exposure?

Asked by gatablanca (37points) July 27th, 2008

I don’t mean a rash or a disease, It has something to do with graphic communications

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gailcalled's avatar

Have you googled? That is what I would do if I were to try to answer this. (But I am going to make a cold black and white bean sald w. lime coriander vinaigrette for 20 people, instead.)

Seesul's avatar

wishes she was one of those 20 people

marinelife's avatar

From Print Outlet:

“1. A process used in Halftone Photography that entails the temporary removal of the Screen during exposure. This increases the Highlight Contrast and diminishes the dots in the whites.

2. In halftones, removing the Screen for a short time to increase Highlight Contrast and drop out the dots in whites.”

gailcalled's avatar

(recipe on demand)

gatablanca's avatar

seesul- your pic represents what a good sore pain in the butt you are

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