I was discussing what I think is referred to as the "full frame" technique which has been so popular recently (it seems). I may not be using the correct terminology but what it is is printing so that you see beyond the edge of the exposure. I saw some prints that showed the edge of a 4x5 film holder and you could see the v-notches and such. I was told that it was a "contract" print but it was bigger than 4x5. I'm sure there's a simple explanation but the print was larger than 4 x 5 at least 8 X 10. I'm wondering, if it was a contact print, would it not have been only as big as the 4 x 5 negative? How did they enlarge it? I'm not going to be working with 4 x 5 any time soon but I'm thinking about using glass to hold my 120 negatives because I only have one negative holder for my enlarger and it pretty much covers the edges of the neg. The problem then will be preventing light from escaping from the enlarger (above the lens).