Well, I met Jack yesterday. Great guy. Very laid back. No pretention at all. Which is refreshing since during the week I am around the "white glove set".

The best part was Jack showing me some of his work and showing me what he liked the best. It is always interesting to see what the photographer likes best vs. what you/the public/whatever like best. And vs. what is most often published.

It was also revealing to hear his views on digital. Since he works in chromes reproduction is not as cut and dry as a negative. Especially cost wise. Jack's work looks good when it is BIG. 20+" on a side big easily. His use of digital for output, but not input is very interesting. Especially when it comes to control of the process.