Hi - I am working on a new curve for a Pt/Pd print-out process. I am yoyoing endlessly between a bright curve and a dark curve.
The curves are good, smooth curves, but each time that I make a new target and take measurements, and create a new curve in the PPe tool, that resulting curve overshoots.
So if I begin with a curve that looks bright, the next curve makes a target that is too dark overall, and the next one is again too bright. etc.
I am using a lot of chemistry to do this.
Question: would it work if I just took two curves and made an average of them using a spreadsheet? Presumably only if the curves are nice smooth curves with opposite differences from the linear at all points. It would not be totally elegant but it could be a workaround.
Is there a different way to do a gradual reduction in negative density from the bright pirnt using some other technique in the PPe tool, rather than using the curve that PPe generates?