Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/03/24

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Photoshop playing
From: Mark Rabiner <mark@markrabiner.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 12:36:51 -0800
References: <MBBBJHIBKCKEAEOKKBPOAEHBDBAA.bdcolen@earthlink.net>

><Snip> 
> Can a traditional master printer tell the difference? I'm sure she or he
> can. But so what.
> 
> And, as I believe even Mark said, put a good digital print under glass, step
> back to proper viewing distance, and you're talking about a distinction
> without a difference - or something like that. ;-)
> 
> B. D.
> 

Yes behind glass i can't tell the difference and I don't think anyone canů

Which would mean i did not really "agree."

because to say "I agree" implies a preference for wet prints and that
they would have a much higher quality.

And i don't really strongly feel that to be true.

I like the look of inkjets. And sometimes like it better than wet prints.

But I just have a nice darkroom. And i feel like i can just do more down
there. Crank out more better prints. 
And bigger. 
And wetter. 
And thicker
and with more silver

Gee i like how they dry kind of crooked.

Love the smell of a new pack of paper in the morning!




Mark Rabiner
Portland, Oregon USA
http://www.markrabiner.com
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