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OK Laurie, I'll try to clarify...I am trying to ascertain whether GF will do what I will be needing to do: allow me to make large format giclee prints from 35mm slides (larger than one could expect to do without interpolation/enlarging). Is GF a better solution than making several incremental up-interps in Photoshop, for instance? (My large format instructor, who made gorgeous prints on older gear, used incremental PS interpolations). Color management shouldn't be a problem, as I will be working in my own system, initial input through final output. I'll buy GF if it will do a better job...don't have it yet. Thanks again on 04/24/2002 08:06 AM, Laurie Solomon at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Byard, > Please elaborate and clarify you question a little. I have printed .stn > (Genuine Fractal) on a large format direct digital to wet photographic > processed paper system (e.g., the ZBE Chromira printer); is that what you > mean? In doing so I had to open the .stn file and resave it at the proper > dpi and size as an uncompressed .tif file for it to be accepted by the > printer; is that what you would include as being an instance of printing a > .stn file to a wide format printer? > > If the answer to the two above questions is yes, then I have had no problems > with Genuine Fractal files (serving as the original source file for > reconstructing .tif files for such printing in terms of such things as > artifacts etc when printing at 24x30.> > Hope this helps some. > > -----Original Message----- > From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of > byard pidgeon > Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 1:00 AM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re:Questions about Genuine Fractals > > > Is anyone using Genuine Fractals...especially to send files to large format > printer? > > Results? > > Problems? > > Tips? > > Thanks - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.