RE: dig negs (Burkholder)
After a few off-list emails, I'd like to clarify something.
I agree completely with Mark's post. Dan's book has some truely vital
information, and it covers some important topics that aren't foung in the
PDN manual. And if possible, go for both.
However, for my work, I prefer the consistency and reliability of PDN to
give me what I'm after, because I believe it's the best thing out there at
this point in time.
On Sun, October 1, 2006 10:39 pm, Eric Neilsen wrote:
> Perhaps this is a clear example of not seeing the forest for the trees. :
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> "> As artists, I would hope we can all think for ourselves. In shopping
> a digital negative system, I'm looking for something to give me exactly
> I want, not a means to "think for oneself". I can do that on my own."