Quote Originally Posted by matt miller
I agree with David. A print in hand is the only way to really see another's work. The print exchanges that go on here are wonderful.

Some of us don't have scanners & don't want to get one. Some, like me, have one, but don't know how to get the best out of it & really couldn't care less about figuring it out. I'm always leary about putting scans of prints in my gallery because the online quality is always very disappointing.

Oh yeah, where are yours?

I've wanted to put some photos in my gallery, but have also been deterred by the poor quality I'm getting in the attempt. I'm not very good at scanning and the subsequent adjustments that must be made to make them look like the opriinals. But sometimes I think this may just be an excuse-some of the images in the gallery are great, is it because they are better to start with or because the photographer is better at processing the scans?