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(Figure 2) On the left, these magnified scans of contact-printed, silver-gelatin prints from inkjet negatives, have a resolution up to 8.0 lp/m. In the center image, clear film and white film clamped between the paper and picture glass. At the right, white film, relying on the weight of the glass alone, caused negative and paper to be close but not touching in all areas, resulting in a blurry image and lost resolution. Even with clamped glass, it is not uncommon to have uneven sharpness on fibre paper.