Re: digital negative possibilities for gum
Thanks, both Catherine and Carmen, for thanking me.
That part of the website is not very user friendly, I have been told, and I apologize, but at least the visuals are informative. I think I really need to have a page where all the thumbnails are on one page that you can click on individually and enlarge, so you don't have to scroll, etc. My next life as a web designer.
But the neat thing is that it makes all the little tests I do worthwhile when I can stick them up somewhere!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Catherine Rogers" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 5:35 PM
Subject: Re: digital negative possibilities for gum
Chris, That is an absolutely terrific and informative little gum presentation on your website. Thanks for both going through the exercise AND taking the trouble to put it up for all to see! What I also learned from you there, was not to pre-shrink paper in really hot water - that was what I was told (I think) when I learned gum some 30 years ago and have religiously done ever since. Not any more... Great stuff cheers Catherine Chris wrote: BIG snip....If you want to see the visual, copy and paste this URL into your browser: http://czaphotography.com/show.php?what=learning&which=1 and scroll down to the very bottom of the images; it'll be there. Bye! Chris