Re: Some points of ponder

From: Christina Z. Anderson ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/15/04-08:17:45 AM Z
Message-id: <008201c46a76$87a7c1e0$4b3fad42@oemcomputer>

     I keep waiting for people to respond to your email questions and I
don't think they have yet, so I wanted to know: which IR filter? What is
the number on it? There are a number, a Kodak 25, 29, then a 70 87, 88, 89.
     The next thing--which IR film are you using?
     When you answer this, Ill give some suggestions, as will others on the
list I'm sure.

> Timo said: Just bought cheap (but lots of quality from firm which does
optics for
> varoius optical means) IR- filter. I have plans to do some seroius shots
> to LF BW- film with it but how to heck determine correct exposure?
> Other point is what Iīve been thinking a lot lately: How to set right
> price to picture? My equipment costs money to get + materials arenīt
> cheap either. How to set price to a level which is "correct"? ie
> customer feels comfortably and I feel satisficed after sold my work?
> Have anyone tried making cyanotypes to wood? Or leather?
> cheers to all!
> Timo Sund
> Palaios Photos
> Finland
Received on Thu Jul 15 08:18:15 2004

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