In the analogue era, contact sheets were the go-to means by which photographers would overlook the photographs from their latest assignment. Created by placing negatives onto an 8”x10” sheet of photo paper and exposing properly, these contact sheets were the sketchpad of photographers and editors who would quickly glance over the images and see what crops and edits needed to be made.
Since the arrival of digital, the physical representation of contact sheets has long been ignored. And while it’s not better, per se, to use…
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