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    Re: Creo IQSmart3, Ebay .

    Case damaged and no software? One explanation was that it's a stolen item.

    Well, now I see that has already been pointed out. And I thought I was so smart.......
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    Re: Microtek M1 Scanner

    And THAT seems to be the lesson that I too have a hard time learning. Ya gets whats ya pays for. Inexpensive scanners become expensive in quantity.
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    Re: Self published books

    I have notes that say blurb.com and iphoto books (mac) are good quality printers.
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    Re: Input on video output?

    Any modern video editing program. Macromedia flash would also work.
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    Re: The new Microtek scanner...

    I agree.
    It certainly appears with scanners that you get what you pay for.

    I would prefer that the M1 be a $2000 scanner.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    At first I thought Chris was doing sculpture, like this:

    http://www.hammer.ucla.edu/exhibitions/46/

    Of course if you make graphic art with photoshop at print it really, really big, it's the...
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    Re: Microtek M1 Scanner

    Ted, are they getting you a test unit? Did he know price?
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    Re: Panoramics about nodal point

    What are you trying to do?

    Generally,with LF panoramics are made with a single sheet of film. 6x17, 4x10, or a crop. The first multiple film method I would try is making three exposures using...
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    Re: Chamonix Owners - Still in Love?

    Is there a 5x7 with a 4x5 reducing back?
  10. Re: Selling at craft markets - hard lessons learned.

    I do believe you would find that the yearly expenditure for art and art-like decorative objects is at a high.

    But I don't believe it's simple at all. Just that there's a huge market between a lady...
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    Re: How to get into a gallery

    The closer you are to the mass of new photographers, the harder it becomes. Landscapes from a dlsr printed at 13x19? Your work needs to be at the very top of a huge "pyramid" of competitors.
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    Re: Canon 5D with Pentacon Globica II ?

    I have to ask - to what advantage is using the adapter? Shooting the 5D, with a Canon lens, on a tripod will produce the same result. It will also be easier to use and probably sharper.
  13. Re: New Silverfast feature in 6.5 - Multi Exposure Scanning

    The 100% view won't look as good as dslr digital at the same magnification. But the much bigger file should make a very detailed print. This should be true for any of the consumer scanners mentioned...
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    Or like watching a movie on television rather than the theater.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    But with Jorge I think we can talk about "ad hominem" arguments.

    What's up with that Jorge. Do unto others, dude.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    I have no idea what the "straw man" arguement is in this case. I'm not anti-digital at all.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    O.T. The temperature effect of no contrails in the US for a few days after 911 is very interesting. Well, interesting for those interested in science over FOX news.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    Subtly threaten to use Colbert head as the building block of a huge unflattering image. That'll keep in line.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    I see. Make it big enough and it's art. I need to look at that new epson 60 inch printer.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    I saw his 8x10 work in a gallery. Made an effort to see it.

    Considering how his new work was created, yes I have seen it "in person". Right here on my computer monitor.

    I like his new stuff. I...
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    Re: Gigapixel images go mainstream

    I'm sure I paid more for my RRS pano head. If well implemented it could be a nice addition to a digital camera. Someday someone may actually take a good gigapixel photograph.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    Why do you presume to know why I interpret his work as I do.
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    I do agree that how it is made detracts from it's beauty. Or perhaps detracts from the emotional impact. His 8x10 work has more impact.
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    Re: keeping color film cold in the field

    I didn't know those coolers were so inexpensive. I'll get one for cool drinks on the road.
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    Re: keeping color film cold in the field

    Is the "pro" refrigerated film we use more temperature sensitive than regular film?

    I do keep it in a cooler in the car, but that cooler isn't cooled unless it's hot outside. I mostly want to keep...
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    Genetic engineering will soon allow a few of us to kill most of us. So be happy.

    We need to take better care of our planet, but the population problem is temporary.

    Science will solve the...
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    Re: Our old friend Chris Jordan

    Great for Chris. I like his new work. I wondered why he wasn't around. Never met him personally, but he seems like a nice guy.

    If he's an artist, why does the media matter?
  28. Re: Selling at craft markets - hard lessons learned.

    Exactly right. There has never been more disposable income. It's about product, markets, and marketing.

    I talked to a woman yesterday who was laughing at herself for spending $450 on three dog...
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    Any more success or failure stories with this technique? The example above is impressive.
  30. Re: Selling at craft markets - hard lessons learned.

    This guy is became wealthy selling "reproductions" and spends his time doing what he likes - traveling and shooting:

    http://www.mangelsen.com/

    There is plenty of evidence people will pay for...
  31. Re: Selling at craft markets - hard lessons learned.

    From my observations, B&W photographers don't last long on the art show circuit.

    The number of truly bad photographers at many "juried" shows is stunning.

    The guys who make good money have big...
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    Re: Craig's List WOW!

    Wow, you're right

    I have for sale everything you need to setup a B+W darkroom. Too much to list, please contact for more info. I'll be happy to show it to interested parties.

    Highlights
    -...
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    Re: Professional flatbed scanners?

    Brian, wonderful work on your web site. I need to see your prints.

    Question for everyone: Why choose a very expensive flatbed over a drum scanner? I understand the need for prepress - a flatbed is...
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    Re: epson 9800 pro (90.50 inches limit)

    Qimage or a rip is pretty much mandatory if you're printing from a PC. Qimage is great and should be tried before an expensive rip.
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    Re: Pentax Digital Spotmeter

    Mines about four years old #162455
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    Re: Glossy plus B&W

    The new k3 inks for the 4880/7880/9880 are Vivid Light Magenta and Vivid Magenta. The other 6/7 inks remain the same.
    So if I buy a 4880 most of the inks would be common with my 7800.
    The ink cost...
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    Re: Adirondacks. oct 6th weekend? anyone?

    Any further suggestions for NY fall color? I've visited the Adirondacks twice in the fall, but was always confused as to the best locations.
  38. Re: Would You Attend a Workshop in Newfoundland?

    As a photo destination, yes.
    As a workshop, probably not.
    How many rooms?
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    Glossy plus B&W

    I need a 17", or possibly 13" printer to supplement my Epson 7800 that runs matte ink. I don't see Canon mentioned much here. How would those printers compare to buying a 3800 or 4800?
    My primary...
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    Re: Who still does Ciba/Ilfochrome?

    I can't imagine the aesthetic benefit of traditional (projected) cibachrome over the alternatives.
    Is it the freakshow colors or the blocked up shadows that are most appealing?
    Not that anyone...
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