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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    On his website he says it is available on Kodak Endura Metallic paper. I'm not familiar with this paper. I guess we will have to wait for Graeme to come on line and give us the details.
    It's an RA4 paper which has a very similar look to Ilfochrome. Graeme showed me some small prints on this paper and they are stunning. I bought 100 sheets of the stuff a couple of weeks ago in NYC.

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    I've seen prints on Endura metallic paper, including one of Graeme's in the f32.net Travelling Exhibition, and while Graeme's work was certainly very proficient, I don't think this paper works for every kind of subject. Some things benefit from that particular sheen, though. I also don't see the resemblance to Ilfochrome.

    Hey, check the POW thread again on photo.net--sure enough, one guy has futzed (can I say that here?) it up in PhotoShop and posted his version.
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    Hi all,

    This version of the shot (B&W) is printed on Kodak Supra paper, when I print it at all. Supra doesn't have the metalic backing.

    The public prefer the quadtoned version which I print on the Endura paper. I think I also prefer the quadtoned version.

    And David, you can indeed say he futzed it, because that's what he did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    I've seen prints on Endura metallic paper, including one of Graeme's in the f32.net Travelling Exhibition, and while Graeme's work was certainly very proficient, I don't think this paper works for every kind of subject. Some things benefit from that particular sheen, though. I also don't see the resemblance to Ilfochrome.

    Hey, check the POW thread again on photo.net--sure enough, one guy has futzed (can I say that here?) it up in PhotoShop and posted his version.
    Why the do they do that? It just seems plain rude. Yeah, he mangled it didn't he.

    Graeme I love the colored version of this shot. hard to say which is better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    SInce I am totally opposed to posting on P.net I'll give Graeme a big thumbs up here. That is a nice shot.
    What is a nice shot?
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    Fantastic!! Congrats Graeme!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnywalker
    What is a nice shot?
    They're referring to this shot:
    http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=1052768
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