From: Joe Smigiel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 09/23/02-10:23:48 AM Z
It has been my experience that "stripes" may appear on films using darkroom trays that have a ribbed or grooved bottom surface. I now use flat-bottomed trays for films and alt. prints and have not had a problem since I switched.
Of course, it could just be poor quality control in manufacture as you suggest.
>>> email@example.com - 9/23/02 10:06 AM >>>
Yes I tried The MACO Geniusfilm ! It was about one year ago.
After numerous tests, I constantly had strong stripes. I tried everything to avoid it but the film itself had a problem.
|From: Clay Harmon [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
|Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 15:07
|I just received the latest Freestyle catalog, and on page 39
|is a blurb
|commanding: ' Attention platinum and palladium printers!
|Genius Film is
|the perfect replacement for Agfa's Gevatone N-31P' yada, yada, yada.
|At $10 per 16x20 sheet, it's not exactly cheap. Anybody out there used
|this stuff yet?
|Is this film really smarter than regular continuous tone copy film?
|Or more to the point, is it smarter than photoshop, scanner and the
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