THE MAKINGS OF A MODERN NEWSPAPER: THE PRODUCTION OF 'THE DAILY MAIL' IN WARTIME, LONDON, UK, 1944
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In the photographic darkrooms at the Daily Mail, two photographers are at work. One is examining a sheet of negatives with a magnifier, and the second is rinsing a plate before making a half-tone block. The image will be etched onto a copper plate before being made up 'on the stone' as part of the newspaper page.