From: George Huczek (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 07/10/01-08:12:05 AM Z
At 09:49 AM 10/07/2001 -0400, Jeffrey D. Mathias wrote:
>Bob Maxey wrote:
>> >>Does anyone consider inkjet prints to be alt-photo?
>> ... To answer your question, ALT is anything other than conventional
>> systems we have had for decades. Ink-jet is an Alternative process in my
>> view. ...
>To the contrary, I feel that one should consider also the second part of
>alt-photo. And that is the photographic ability of the process.
>Ink-jet is not a photographic process.
If ink-jet is off topic, then perhaps bromoil is as well, because it is
initiated by conventional silver printing ... This debate about what
should and should not be included quickly deteriorates ... Lighten up ...
If someone wants to discuss ink-jet, whether or not it is used as an
intermediate step in making an alt print, then let it go. Don't split hairs
on this one. It's all about image-making.
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