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Dmitry Reznitsky

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« on: May 16, 2006, 10:47:03 AM »

Michael and colleagues,

  What I'd like to mention, is: a result of our photo activities should always be a hardcopy, a print (digital, darkroom - it doesn't matter), but something that a human being can hold in hands. This is is what photo is, not just numbers/pixeles/whatelse on a display. So I think, that it would be great to ask Michael to prepare (for additional price, for those who are VJ subscribers, it depends...) hardcopies (small one, may be just may be 10"x14") of those "crops" and full size images as Michael, Chris, ... managed to see them.

  I think this will be a comparition, not just counting dpi/pixels/etc/etc/etc.

  What do you think?
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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2006, 11:09:20 AM »

That's the purpose of the disk that's available. You can make your own prints, with sharpening, contrast and all other settings to your own personal taste.

We have also provided six real-world photographs taken in Redwood National Park, using out three different camera systems and lenses, all with the P45 back, so that people have more than a studio set-up to examine.

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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2006, 11:18:19 AM »

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That's the purpose of the disk that's available. You can make your own prints, with sharpening, contrast and all other settings to your own personal taste.

We have also provided six real-world photographs taken in Redwood National Park, using out three different camera systems and lenses, all with the P45 back, so that people have more than a studio set-up to examine.

Michael
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Michael, the thing is that if you provide prints, that would be like "reference hardcopy" made by professional photographer with good prepress preparitions. Making a print is also an "item" in photoprocess, not only capturing an image. Monitors/printers/papers can be different across your subsribers, but hardcopies - not (ok, ok light source can be different, eyes also).
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