Arc flash PPE (Photographer’s Photochemical Treatment) is a blue light treatment that has been developed to treat various forms of photo damage. This treatment is usually applied by an expert photographer as this type of light has certain properties that make it effective in removing certain types of light and also in controlling the brightness of the blue light. Blue light is very reactive towards many forms of photo damage such as overexposure, developing problems, etc. Blue light is able to remove the blue spectrum of light and so it can be used for removing various visible damages. Blue light is actually responsible for the visible colors in the visible spectrum of light.
So, when an artist uses this type of light on the canvas he or she can use different techniques with it so that it matches the colors that are already there within the photograph. In this case PPE is used along with an oil base, so that it can be applied directly to the canvas. It is applied with a brush so that the brush can work within the layers of the painting and not cause too much visible damage to the areas where it is used. The layers are then heated so that the light will be able to penetrate them and remove the blue light that was used within the photograph. It is used with a medium that is semi-transparent so that the light will be able to pass through this medium to the other layers.
After the PPE has been applied the areas that need lightened up will be treated for a few minutes while the areas that do not need any special treatment will be left so that the light will be able to penetrate into these areas. Then the PPE dries up and can be polished. This process is used to help create the final layer of the final photograph. The final touch that is added on using this form of SLR paint application is to wash the areas that have been treated with this light so that they have a similar white look to them after the process is complete.