Went to one of the local museums this morning and thought I would share some thoughts on what was there. First was a nice selection from the permanent collection of several well know artist, then there were other works from the museum collection by various artist, including a nice Photogravure (sp) that I took interest in after the recent threads. There were several by Ed Curtis from his works out West. There was a very large Orotone - artist unknown, must have been at least 16x20 and was magnificent..subject was the CA Redwoods and it looked like you could just step into it. The main reason for the post, and the reason I stopped to see what was going on, is there is a 'Special' Exhibit on the Lewis & Clark trail. All of the work was done with a pano camera (don't recall what size - 6x17 I think), all color - which I did not mind, and the output was digital. Films were scanned and output to digital. For the first time, I really understood what everyone complains about the 'saturated' color of Cibas or Digital..it was just a tad too much. After seeing some dye coupler prints earlier, plus the plt/pld prints and all of the wonderful silver prints these just left me feeling....unhappy, the colors were not 'right'. Was wondering if anyone else has had this feeling.