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    Ctein;

    There is a lot to be said though for the knockout beauty of a dye transfer, and both your DT prints and Jim Browning's are stunning when viewed with the eye rather than on a monitor.

    I have one of yours and 3 of Jim's here and can compare Jim's with their scans on his website. The difference is amazing. I don't think that the 'Ginger' photo you sent me is on display.

    Most people today do not appreciate the impact of a dye transfer print. Sadly, it is another dying art.

    Ron

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    Dear Ron,

    I understand your point. I didn't really appreciate Ansel Adam's work until I saw some originals (mind you, this was before we had laser-cut duotone plates). But, I've not ever had anyone say they didn't like my work until they saw dye transfers of it. I'd be really surprised if Ray were the exception. If he doesn't like the stuff online, I don't think it's gonna be any different in the flesh.

    pax / Ctein

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