Hi David, and thanks.
Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
As perhaps mentioned, I sent the 60 gelatin silver prints to Brooks for scanning. I do not have them back yet to make side by side comparisons, however the reproductions are warmer color than I usually print. I have no problem with this, as my print color has varied from paper to paper over the years. Overall, the prints look pretty true contrast wise, with the exception of one which looks dead. Not presently having that print to compare, I will take the blame in this instance.
All said, were I ever to do a book, the prints would uniformly have a different look; however, I am pleased with what Brooks has done.
Hope this somewhat answers your question.
You might enjoy the audio interview; I listened to it last evening, and it is not bad (thanks to Brooks' editing).