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Eric Myrvaagnes

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« Reply #20 on: November 21, 2008, 02:19:17 PM »

Mitch,

The LensWork folio arrived today, and I am quite blown away by it. The prints are stunning, even compared with the excellent LensWork magazine reproductions and even the images on your website. My copy of the folio is #53, so I hope that means thay are selling a lot of them.

I am delighted to have them in my collection (along with E. Weston, A. Adams. P. Caponigro, M. White, and a few others.)

Everybody else: If you would like a very inexpensive folio of excellent black-and-white inkjet prints to judge your own printing by, I urge you to buy Mitch's LensWork folio right away. Go to LensWork and click on "Special Editions."

(Full disclosure: I have no connection with LensWork, except that I have subscribed for several years, and I dream of being published by them some day.       )

Eric M.
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« Reply #21 on: November 21, 2008, 02:24:57 PM »

I need to re-up lenswork and was going to pickup some Brooks Jensen prints at the same time so I'll take a look.  Thanks!

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« Reply #22 on: November 21, 2008, 09:07:25 PM »

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I need to re-up lenswork and was going to pickup some Brooks Jensen prints at the same time so I'll take a look.  Thanks!
They also have folios by Brooks (11 images)  and by Huntington Witherill (15 images) for about $10 per print until the price goes up (January 1 for Brooks, March 1 for Mitch or Huntington). Go for them now, while they're really cheap.

I'll probably keep one of Mitch's near my PC and printer for inspiration and as an example of what a good print should look like. I must say the Harman FB AL paper is the nicest looking glossy paper I've seen yet. I'm going to get some and see how my elderly Epson 2200 does on it.
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« Reply #23 on: November 25, 2008, 04:40:04 PM »

Eric... thank you (again). And yes, Brooks Jensen has done a wonderful job with the folio. I'm also happy w/ the  Harman Glossy FB AL paper he chose. I'm not a big fan of "glossy" papers, but was thrilled when I saw the first AP.

I just count myself very, very lucky to have been chosen by Brooks for his re-introduction of the folios.  - Mitch
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