From: Andre Fuhrmann (Andre.Fuhrmann@uni-konstanz.de)
Date: 02/09/01-07:08:59 AM Z
After having recommended preparing inkjet negtives on vellum or
similar tracing paper I must admit that I have been unable over the
last few days to reproduce the good results obtained in the past. I
had updated my Photoshop installation and inadvertently lost all my
"personal curves". After that my inkjet printouts on vellum looked
just like those reported by other members of the list: smeared and
blotchy. I know I _can_ twist the curves to get better results -- I
have done it in the past. But it is apparently not as
straightforward as I thought; it calls for a lot of experimenting.
Everything considered I believe that the wet processes for producing
enlarged negatives (on paper or film) are still the most simple,
least costly and in the result most satisfying.
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