From: Nick Makris (email@example.com)
Date: 08/05/03-12:41:43 PM Z
Philippe and all,
Scanning a digital image is not recommended for the purpose of the
comparison you are trying to make (IMO). While the scanning part is not a
problem, my experience is that at any given scanning resolution the digital
artifacts in the original digital (I'm not sure we can call a digital image
an original) artwork begin to show in the resulting copy/scan. The net
effect is that you can not be sure of what you are looking at and any
comparison of that result would show it to be highly inferior to a scan of a
continuous tone fim image.
My 2¢, FWIW.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Monnoyer Philippe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 8:00 AM
Subject: inkjet negs palladium prints
> I have two questions:
> I wonder if it's possible to achieve enough optical density in the UV to
print on pure palladium (enough means here 3.2).
> I wonder if an inkjet neg print offers an equivalent quality as with
silver halide negs. I think not, but if yes, would anyone have a scan of
details that would help me make an opinion ?
> I you have scans, please e-mail me offline.
> Thanks you very much for your help,
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