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    Brooks Jensen's New Website

    I just wanted to point out Brooks Jensen's new website. He is an APUG member and has some really great work - all downloadable in pdf format. Check out: http://www.brooksjensenarts.com
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    Roteague,
    Thanks for the link. Brooks has some beautiful images on his site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25asa

    I wonder how many terms they can come up for the ink-jet print?

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    WHat is wrong with piment on paper? SOunds very legitamate to me. It is what it is.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    I wish him all the best with his new medium.
    He has contributed his thoughts and knowledge to the photographic community and I'm sure that now he will offer the same benefit to the computerized digital imaging crowd.

    For me, it's back to photography.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    Makes it seem like the decision to dismantle the darkroom wasn't really about the availability of imagesetter negs after all. No surprise there, really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 25asa
    I wonder if he actually compared the two? Ink jet prints can look good, by themselves, but usually fall apart when the two are compared side by side. For example, I recently had an image printed on both an Epson 4000 and Fuji Crystal Archive - even a blind man could see how much deeper and richer the colors are. Granted this was color, but I'm sure some of the B&W people here could tell you the same thing. For me, good enough is not the quality I strive for.
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    I get the impression from the article that he has made real comparisons and tested the Epson 4000 with familiar negs that had been printed in other media, silver and otherwise. I did get a sense from the article that there was a fair amount of the "gee-whiz" factor that one experiences the first time you see a pretty nice print come off the printer, not unlike the experience of seeing a print come up in the developer tray for the first time.
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    I never got a 'gee whizz' factor from a computer printer and very much doubt I ever will.
    Looks to me like all that guff* about not being able to carry on with the darkroom was exactly that, a load of hot air.


    [size=1]*Guff - colloquial english, slang- fart.[/size]


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