From: Richard Morris (Richard.Morris@brunel.ac.uk)
Date: 07/10/01-08:27:07 AM Z
Think about it! Ink jet printing is merely another way of applying colours
to a surface. Only rather than use a brush you use nozzles - like
mechanical cake icing. Its what goes into making it than counts.
On Tue, 10 Jul 2001 09:49:18 -0400 "Jeffrey D. Mathias"
> Bob Maxey wrote:
> > >>Does anyone consider inkjet prints to be alt-photo?
> > ... To answer your question, ALT is anything other than conventional silver
> > systems we have had for decades. Ink-jet is an Alternative process in my
> > view. ...
Brunel University, UK
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