Date: 04/25/03-11:23:34 AM Z
In this digital era, can't one consider silver gelatin to be an alternative
>Från: Judy Seigel <email@example.com>
>Ämne: Re: essay
>Datum: fre 25 apr 2003 05.30
> On Thu, 24 Apr 2003 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> What is it in the alternative photographic processes that appeals to you?
> You'll find some subtle, provocative and knowing answers to these
> questions in a recent book, "The Antiquarian Avant-Garde, the New wave in
> Old Process Photography," by Lyle Rexer (Abrams). It's also illustrated
> with well-printed examples of the processes, from daguerreotype & calotype
> to gum. Predicting the future is of course futile, but.... see what you
> think about your last two questions when you're looked at the pictures.
> Meanwhile, I must ask you the same questions...
>> How do these teqniques enhance your pictures?
> How does "silver gelatin" enhance your pictures?
>> Do you see a future for these processes?
> Do you see a future for silver gelatin?
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