Re: Submitting work on CD.

From: Jeremy Moore ^lt;>
Date: 02/27/05-04:32:25 PM Z
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You might try emailing Joe Lipka about this question, too. I know he has
had previous experience with creating .pdf portfolios.

Ryuji Suzuki wrote:

>This is a continuation of a thread more than a month ago, but I'm
>wondering how many people actually tried to use PDF as a way to
>submit/present/catalog/disseminate/whatever photographic work. I've
>tried something myself, and like to compare notes with others who
>tried it. I can't seem to find much on this topic on the web...
>It's very convenient that I can carry my PDF portfolio in a memory
>stick, and have a copy on the web... Also, I can embed images in
>slightly larger sizes in the PDF file, and let the PDF viewer adjust
>the image size to the screen size/resolution by reduction for best
>results, so that I don't have to assume the monitor resolutions,
>window sizes, etc., which would be a source of headache in HTML/JPEG
>presentation. The price is that one PDF containing 30 images of
>slightly larger-than-normal sizes would take up some 10 MB. Though
>downloading the file may take a minute with a DSL, cable or other
>faster connections, the rest of the navigation is fast and easy.
>Ryuji Suzuki
>"Well, believing is all right, just don't let the wrong people know
>what it's all about." (Bob Dylan, Need a Woman, 1982)
Received on Sun Feb 27 16:30:40 2005

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