Date: 04/28/03-08:15:35 PM Z
I hope you will post the link to the online article you are doing. I would
like to see it.
Here is a question—Given the range that Sandy spoke in his last post that
summarized responses for cost of chemicals and the cost of the paper used—I
would like to hear responses from folks regarding this:
How many trial prints do you make before you get one with the
exposure/contrast that you really like or are many of you to the point where
you have it down so well that you can come up with a new negative (digital or
non-digital) and knock out a perfect print the first time around?
In a message dated 4/28/03 9:47:33 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> Again, thanks to all for the additional information.
> The platinum heresy thread and this exchange, in spite of a rough and
> unexpected start, has really been useful to me. I am right now
> finishing an article on kallitype that will be put up on one of the
> on-lines photography magazines in 10-14 days and the exchange of
> information regarding Pt/Pd versus kallitype has really helped to
> focus my attention, which has lead to a significant revision of my
> original introduction of the article on the pros and cons of the two
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