Date: 06/26/01-03:35:37 PM Z
I hope more and more people get into Alt Photo and keep all these processes
alive. I can appreciate the skill to make a good print and the look and feel
of each process. On the other hand, I like the work I see coming out of the
digital world too. Yep, a person can press a button and make a print.
However, there are also people working very hard to make really good digital
prints on really fine paper that will last quite a long time. I think the
quadtone prints made with John Cone's Piezography system would be a good
example. It's funny, you hear some of the same discussions on those lists as
you do here about papers, d-max, etc. Great work, regardless of the process
does not come easy.
I think there is room for all of it and certainly room for more good art in
the world, regardless of the process. I think they can all enhance our lives.
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