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More depth and and dimension

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A few years back I read an article on how to give a print more dimension so it appeared to be more 3D to the viewer. But I don't remember how.

I have tried split grade processing , burning in the upper corners slightly , higher localized contrast in the bottom of the image closest to the user.

Any ideas? Multi-toning, easel keystone, paper / developer choice?


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