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 on: Today at 04:02:48 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by ctz
Ahh... CTZ, so I guess you were initially talking more about my portfolio page with the small squares as links to the sections?  Yeah, I'm ok with those being small.  I totally welcome the critique and value your input.  The site is important to me.  Julian's is really great on mobile devices, where that was more of an afterthought for us.  Definitely something to think about...

Thanks,
CB

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No, not at all, of course the thumbs or small squares are fine, for previews. I was talking about the galleries, first time. And the intro page is that who really looks great.

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 on: Today at 03:59:37 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by ctz
And another one.
One this page http://christopherbarrett.net/portfolio_page/lake-shore/ you have two sets of arrows. I understand what they do, but still, from the user interface point of view, this might be confusing.

 83 
 on: Today at 03:53:24 PM 
Started by Mike Sellers - Last post by Ernst Dinkla
Brand Management Group -BMG- is the world wide distributor of the Kodak inkjet paper range for some years now and more recently also for the HP range. They have/had some Kodak swellable media in their catalog and two Felix Schoeller swellable papers branded Kodak. That is probably the only source left for swellable papers.

Met vriendelijke groet, Ernst

http://www.pigment-print.com/spectralplots/spectrumviz_1.htm
December 2014 update, 700+ inkjet media white spectral plots

 84 
 on: Today at 03:52:33 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by Chris Barrett
Ahh... CTZ, so I guess you were initially talking more about my portfolio page with the small squares as links to the sections?  Yeah, I'm ok with those being small.  I totally welcome the critique and value your input.  The site is important to me.  Julian's is really great on mobile devices, where that was more of an afterthought for us.  Definitely something to think about...

Thanks,
CB

 85 
 on: Today at 03:52:32 PM 
Started by haefnerphoto - Last post by jsch
This is so sad. His posts always brought something positiv to this forum. I will miss him. He must have been a good man.

My thoughts are with him and his family.

Johannes

 86 
 on: Today at 03:52:16 PM 
Started by dwswager - Last post by David Eckels
I just started using Camera Standard because of a cyan hue in my blues. Didn't realize it could make such a difference. I don't have a Nikon Flat as a profile choice, but then I use the 800E and also LR5.7.

 87 
 on: Today at 03:52:01 PM 
Started by dreed - Last post by Isaac
is there the slightest evidence

We ought to be able to agree to the obvious: neither of us have access to current camera buyer demographic data.

 88 
 on: Today at 03:47:29 PM 
Started by Paul2660 - Last post by ErikKaffehr
Hi "Void",

Downloading them right now. Will take a look the coming few days and report back.

BTW, thanks for sharing your comparison between Sony and Nikon. Personally, I don't think it is the compression that is causing the difference, but it is interesting to see how much cleaner the Nikon data is.

Best regards
Erik



 89 
 on: Today at 03:43:26 PM 
Started by Bob_B - Last post by dwswager
1) Some paper manufacturers have a reputation for providing very high quality profiles with their papers.  Personally, I have no interest in adding in the additional complexity and expense of profiling paper myself. 

This is a big deal.  I started using Exhibition Fiber when the price came down and use a PixelGenious profile for it rather than the one from Epson.

2) Price is a significant factor for many of us in the decision of which paper to use.  In general, Hahnemuhle and Moab are simply too expensive for me to be comfortable using for my personal printing no matter how serious I am about it. 

Concur that in general, the Hahnemuhle papers are fairly pricey.  For value on an Epson printer, almost nothing beats the Epson Papers.  I hate the flimsyness of the Luster 260, but it has a wonderful surface and is really inexpensive.  The Hot/Cold Press Bright/Natural are also great papers for the money.

3) Texture or surface is a big deal.  I don't simply mean matte versus glossy. 

Yeah, this is an area that people start writing comments and mixing surface texture with sheen.  You can have matte, luster, satin, pearl, semi-gloss and gloss on a paper while the surface can be from smooth to highly textured. 

My recommendation is to buy sample packs (remember when they used to give you decent size sample boxes of different papers for free).

 90 
 on: Today at 03:42:37 PM 
Started by churly - Last post by ValerieMillett
Beautiful images, Valerie. Always nice to see someone successfully pursuing their Muse. Your images certainly reflect your reflections on life. Continued success on your journey...

A special thanks to Kevin for exposing us to your work. I've been following your blog since Kevin's first article and am happy to see your follow up article on Life After Luminous.

Take care...

Thank you QuintaQuad!  Appreciate that and I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed the follow up and you're following the blog.

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