The Sabattier Effect (often mistakenly referred to as solarization) is caused
by exposing the film or paper to light, very briefly, during processing. The
half developed image acts as a "negative" and causes a new image to form.
This effect usually isn't very useful with black and white materials, but with
color paper it can oversaturate the image and give very bold colors.
Sabattier Effect - 1980
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