Kostinsky effect

Definition: Type of edge effect in which two adjacent dense areas appear to move apart or two adjacent areas lighter than than their surroundings appear to move closer together. * With dense areas, developer is exhausted more quickly between these areas than at the other fringes, so reducing local development. * With light areas, developer remains active for longer, so increasing local development.

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