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    hey RR

    i think the problem is the people who "own / run" the group won't let non-analog origin
    materials in the discussions as illustrations either ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    So you'll make me a Cibichrome/ilfochrome print??? Gee thanks!!!
    No, I meant B&W silver gelatin. I haven't gotten into RA-4 quite yet and I have no idea about getting into Ilfo/Ciba!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
    No, I meant B&W silver gelatin. I haven't gotten into RA-4 quite yet and I have no idea about getting into Ilfo/Ciba!
    Haha it was a joke, you'll never get into Cibichrome

    Thanks for the offer, I'll get my own eventually but it's greatly appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    hey RR

    i think the problem is the people who "own / run" the group won't let non-analog origin
    materials in the discussions as illustrations either ..
    Oh dear

    Very well, will it be okay to make a set and simply post the hyperlink to the set in the comments?

    RR

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    A scanned image is factually a digital representation of the original. Anything scanned is.
    In essence, the group has strayed a little too far from reality to be credible with its dictum.

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    I have to admit I've been very tempted to post a digital image and call it film just to see if everyone believes it's film. I won't, but I've been tempted


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    I have to admit I've been very tempted to post a digital image and call it film just to see if everyone believes it's film. I won't, but I've been tempted


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    You could probably scan a print of a digital image and no one could tell the difference ....BWAHAHAHAHAHA Or if you could strip all the EXIF data - I think that's the term - you might get away with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRHazelton View Post
    You could probably scan a print of a digital image and no one could tell the difference ....BWAHAHAHAHAHA Or if you could strip all the EXIF data - I think that's the term - you might get away with it.
    I've been tempted to do that, but it's even more tempting to GRAIN a digital image in Photoshop and see if anyone can tell it's fake

    Oh I found this roll of kodak 3200 film and stand developed it in RODINAL 1:200 look at the beautiful grain! So beautiful!! Haha


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    it is pretty much impossible to tell images from the two different media apart.
    i have shown side by side images to die-hard film people .. you know " death to the sensor" types
    they had no idea which was which, and eventually realized it didn't matter so much and now are totally digitized ..
    like the filmies .. a lot of people ( on this site? and probably in the flirkr group ) think they can tell the difference hands down ..
    whatever ... by the time you see it on a screen it IS a digital image

    not sure what the point of bull$hitting everyone is ..
    someone doesn't want film uploaded somewhere, upload something else
    someone doesn't want pixies uploaded somewhere upload something else

    seems to be a trust thing more than anything else ..
    and on media specific sites, once you break that trust bond ... you're pretty much skrewwed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    it is pretty much impossible to tell images from the two different media apart.
    i have shown side by side images to die-hard film people .. you know " death to the sensor" types
    they had no idea which was which, and eventually realized it didn't matter so much and now are totally digitized ..
    like the filmies .. a lot of people ( on this site? and probably in the flirkr group ) think they can tell the difference hands down ..
    whatever ... by the time you see it on a screen it IS a digital image

    not sure what the point of bull$hitting everyone is ..
    someone doesn't want film uploaded somewhere, upload something else
    someone doesn't want pixies uploaded somewhere upload something else

    seems to be a trust thing more than anything else ..
    and on media specific sites, once you break that trust bond ... you're pretty much skrewwed.
    I said I was tempted, not that I would do it... Lol


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