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    Re: Split Toning with QTR

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Grenier View Post
    Sandy.

    Results of this exercise aside, I'd interested in your thoughts on the actual prints themselves (silver vs inkjet). I mean the physical thing - the man-made silver, carbon, kallitype versus the machine-made inkjet.

    Personnaly, as a small time collector, I have a definite reverence and admiration for the well crafted hand made silver and platinum print that I just cannot garner (read spend money on) the inkjet print and I would like to hear your sentiments on this topic.

    (Now all you epson-only types back off. I am asking the OP here- not you. And no, I am not interested in an endless digital/analog debate )

    Thanks Sandy.

    Daniel


    I agree with you, Daniel...

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    Re: Split Toning with QTR

    How is this for atmosphere?

    You have the print in the sun room, tripod on purple and gold LSU blanket, and dog on authentic Persian rug.

    Sandy King



    Quote Originally Posted by PViapiano View Post
    Wow...Sandy, I'd love to see a photo of that, aluminum support and all, in its environment...like sitting up against a wall in your office, or something like that...just to get a better idea.

    Wonderful image...

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    Re: Split Toning with QTR

    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    How is this for atmosphere?

    You have the print in the sun room, tripod on purple and gold LSU blanket, and dog on authentic Persian rug.

    Sandy King
    I know people who would rather see that LSU blanket under the dog....

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    Re: Split Toning with QTR

    Yes! That's great, Sandy...so that's a white-enameled aluminum substrate. Wow, and that print is beautiful, really sets it off perfectly...

    We should start a "Prints in their Environs" thread ;-)

    ....that's a nice daylight viewing room, btw.

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    Re: Split Toning with QTR

    I keep the easel in the far left corner of the room and often put freshly made prints on it to see how they wear on the eye over a period of a week or so. The room is indeed a nice viewing area as it has mostly glass on four sides (it is a hexagon) and two large sky lights in the roof.

    Sandy




    Quote Originally Posted by PViapiano View Post
    Yes! That's great, Sandy...so that's a white-enameled aluminum substrate. Wow, and that print is beautiful, really sets it off perfectly...

    We should start a "Prints in their Environs" thread ;-)

    ....that's a nice daylight viewing room, btw.

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