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At 08:52 PM 7/21/1999 -0700, you wrote: >ellery wrote: > >> >>firstname.lastname@example.org writes: >> >> >> >><< "If I might add to your thoughtful musings, I am reminded of all the >> 35mm >> >> > shooters trying to make 8 X 10 format images. The thing to do, is to > ><snip> > > >> Couple of points - for 35mm users 8x10 is not the only target with ink jets >> like the EX and 1200, not forgeting 1520 and 3000 we can do at least upto >> 15 x17. > >I believe he was referring to an 8 x 10 format camera, not an 8 x 10 >print. > >Ken Yes, I was speaking of using the appropriate camera for the job. The point that digitally, it is possible to resample and so on, does give new possibilities for smaller format workers. Photographers will refine photoshop/epson techniques and continue to reinvent the craft. We have to re-think old convictions. I would sure be lost without digital processes. I had reached a format dead-end with regard to what I could do in my own lab. Now I am delighted to be able to scan and output images with the same potential for artistic achievement as traditional methods. AZ See new panoramic color work for July. http://www.keva.com/lookaround Also at Cafe Society Gallery: http://www.curdev.hull.ac.uk/root/cafe/cafegal.htm - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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