Re: light source for very small prints?

From: Michael Healy ^lt;>
Date: 02/09/04-01:05:30 AM Z
Message-id: <001901c3eedb$1acd0c40$0a0110ac@your24b0kwvrmn>

Eric, you've given up your search for an inexpensive 4x5?!?!?!? I'm seeing
them all the time on eBay. They are a dime a dozen. And Brother, the price I
spent on mine six years ago - a good, dirty-cheap price! - is 2-3 times what
you need to spend now. You're going to contact print 6x6 because - it's
cheaper?!?!?!? Whaaa?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Maquiling" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 2:46 PM
Subject: light source for very small prints?

> Hiya
> I've given up my search for an inexpensive 4x5. However, I would like
> to start experimenting with small prints this year with 6x6 images.
> I've read some links on how to make UV lights and other light sources,
> but at such a small image, does anyone have a suggestion on some kind
> of light source I can use just for small prints? There _must_ be
> something I can get at the mega home store for small prints. I can
> get one of these conical shaped light fixtures with a ceramic base and
> I can just put that right on top of a small paper (less than 5x5).
> --
> Eric
Received on Mon Feb 9 01:06:58 2004

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