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I received a copy of the new catalog from silverprint Friday. Its great I wish they
were in NYC.
They list a light star pin-register frames. The price is affordable not like the old Kodak
Has enyone used one or know enything about it? Mybe someone in the UK has.
When I worked with gum years back that was a problem for me registration.
It could get me back into doing some work in gum
Subject: Re: paper for digital negatives
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2000 14:50:45 -0500 (EST)
> On Sat, 18 Mar 2000, Andre Fuhrmann wrote:
> ...Using Photoshop you can also print registration marks
> > around the neg, though I prefer to rely on pencil marks for the more hefty
> > prints.
When I looked at the negs I realized printed registration marks won't work
for me because I print them nearly edge to edge on the paper -- not enough
room left. But there's an 8th inch border where I tape on plastic
extensions to the paper... which can take a register mark (as soon as I
find the roll) -- tho that's less easy.
Incidentally, holes punched in the plastic extensions didn't work -- too
difficult to line up & my hole punch doesn't like plastic.