Sabattier effect

Definition: Partial reversal of a partially developed image on re-exposure to light, followed by full development and the normal post-development steps. * When exposed to light part of the way through development, the already deposited silver masks part of the still-sensitive silver while other parts, now sensitised by developer, are solarized by the second exposure.

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