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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

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    I suppose that puts you in my Category 1.

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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

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    ... and this is the garbage that takes a decent discussion and moves it to the school yard.... sigh

    Isn't it enough to just say you don't like inkjet, without having to insult most of the posters in this thread?

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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim collum View Post
    ... and this is the garbage that takes a decent discussion and moves it to the school yard.... sigh

    Isn't it enough to just say you don't like inkjet, without having to insult most of the posters in this thread?
    No much school in evidence there. More like a big, fat bug splashing itself in the middle of your windshield just out of carwash.

    Makes you wonder if he actually hates inkejts so can have something to insult people with?

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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

    100% hybrid

    Various capture from film to phase back.
    Imocan and ICG drum scanning.
    Various output from enlarger wet prints, Lambda wet prints, Inkjet to a multitude of paper , plastic, canvas.
    Moving into CMYK separations from Colour input to Carbon and Gum.*I want to make permanent Colour Prints*

    Very exciting times, to be able to mix and match and crossover is really a dream come true.

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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

    Guess I'm in category 3 and 4.

    I went 100% digital in 2002(?) until last year (Nov) I started collecting old cameras and decided - hey, why not USE them!?!

    I love digitals instant feedback and ease of getting to the computer, but I also love using the different films, developing those films and the silver prints - especially now that I have 2 enlargers (the newest to me is about 50 years old which allows me to use my 4x5 negs).

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    Re: survey digital vs traditional darkroom

    This is an ancient thread. But my 2 cents worth anyway. I'm 100% real film and real
    darkroom, both black-and-white and color (Type C, Ciba, once in awhile DT). I have
    a big investment in darkroom, enjoy it, prefer the look, so have no real motive to
    change (except that I'm allergic to RA4!)

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